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Can ERP Software Benefit Textile & Apparel Industry 
By : Fibre2fashion.com

Making its presence felt in almost all the fields, technology and modernization has entered the textile and apparel industry, as well. Software applications are used in all the major operations of this industry. ERP is one of the widely recognized software applications used in the textile industry.

It is used in various sectors of this industry like manufacturing, finance, Human Resource (HR), supply chain management, Customer Relationship Management (CRM), and many others. Majority of the ERP software applications are made in .net frame. It can also be made in other programming languages like PHP, MySQL, C#, VB, Python, etc. It mainly performs the task of integration of activities in various departments. It thereby makes the process of communication easy. ERP software application makes it easy to access and understand the tasks performed by one department and react accordingly to the task. ERP software helps in increasing customer satisfaction. One can provide better service to customers as this application will regulate all the work carried out in the premise. It thus helps in building brand loyalty.

Evaluation of real yarn Count using Image analysis methods 
By : Selvam P.V

Measuring yarn diameter or yarn count, yarn compressibility and their effect on fabric quality is important to both the fabric designer and the textile technologist; say in a yarn structure, fibers represent the main component the other component is air pockets created by the technology forming the structure.

Why Is Demand for 3D Software Increasing In Market 
By : Fibre2fashion.com

The latest technology in use in the fashion industry in modern times is the 3D technology. It lets designers to view a garment and whether it looks good on an individual or not, even before the garment is prepared.

3D technology helps in the graphical representation of geometric data. Unlike 2D, it makes use of length, breadth, and height, as well which makes the image look more real. Today, a number of fashion software manufacturing companies integrate 3D technology to their applications. Toray, OptiTex, X-box, [TC]2, Lectra, YXendis, etc. are the widely recognized names in this industry. 3D body scanners are especially in a lot of demand in the modern apparel manufacturing companies. The main functions of software integrated with this technology is body scanning, body modeling, designing virtual garments, and fitting it on virtual models to check how it will look on a human being even before the actual garment is made. The software can also make suggestions in terms of customizing the apparel. It can display the customized suggestions on models for a better idea.

ERP for Fashion Industry 
By : Fibre2fashion.com

Cloud computing technology is getting its foothold in every industry, and fashion segment is not an exception. Today's knowledge based technological service systems allow organizations to save time, and money. It also enables organizations to achieve better, reliable and fully documented decisions resulting in a quantum improvement. Fashion retailers always face the pressure of delivering new collections frequently. Cloud computing has made its increasingly powerful presence in the fashion industry. Most audacious patterns and prints are being created by computers.

The requirements for fashion industry are more demanding in the world of manufacturing. Fashion retailers need to ensure that right assortment is available in store at the right time. In fashion industry on time delivery is more critical for business success. ERP software is designed to link every aspect of the supply chain, and deliver transparency and visibility for the industry. It also enables better forecasting, planning and management of inventory. It is no longer a question whether enterprises use cloud computing or not; they already are. But, the technology is at a nascent stage, wherein it is yet to be figured out of how to take advantage of the various elements of cloud computing.

Article includes the outlook of Mr Sunil Arora, Vice President, Business Development (Asia Pacific), World Fashion Exchange.

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