Often in the fashion development cycle, processes are fragmented and complex. Manual processes are slow. By leveraging Gerber’s YuniquePLM® Cloud, AccuMark® and AccuMark 3D software, Grosso Moda will empower the creative and design process further while at the same time improving speed, cost and agility.
Visit Gerber at booth 726 for a personalized demonstration
Buzz words of improved quality, shortened cycle times, greater visibility and better online conversions will come to life at Gerber Technology’s booth at NRF 2018 Retail’s Big Show. Gerber will present its integrated Digital Solutions to help companies embrace the future of fashion, showing how digitalization can improve design, development, sourcing, corporate social responsibility and the overall consumer experience.
Development time for fashion and apparel companies is becoming extremely condensed with the ever-changing trends happening around the world today. Companies need to stay on top of design changes and be able to collaborate with internal and external teams to reduce errors and bring products to market quicker.
Data entry has long been a laborious job and with many company’s legacy systems required multiple entries causing errors to arise. “Duplicate data entry will be something of the past once we employ YuniquePLM,” said Kelly Milazzo, vice president operations, Toad & Co. “Our team will realize reduced development time and eliminate time consuming errors throughout the product development process making our business more sustainable over time.”
AccuMark® 3D, AccuMark Cloud, AccuMark Creator and YuniquePLM® 8.0 Debut
Digitalization is underway and at the annual ideation fashion technology conference Gerber Technology announced major advancements among their software product lines to help make it easier for their customers to adopt technology and achieve optimization through improvements in their digital workflow. The announcements include several new advancements to the AccuMark family of products and a planned launch of YuniquePLM 8.0 coming in 2018.