With the latest developments, the apparel brands and garment manufacturers have already become dependent on smart and multifaceted digitise production technologies as there is a gradual shift from conventional, manually-intensive labour operations in the supply chain.
At the brim of the IoT age, digitised technologies are a tool, connecting stakeholders with manufacturers as well as manufacturers with consumers. Moreover, the most integral in this relationship is the need to respond rapidly to today’s fast <a href=”https://www.gartexindia.com/fast-fashion-garment-industry/”>fashion</a> sector demands, which have been brought about by a generation of active and informed millennials who demand cheap, varied and sustainably sourced garment styles.
“It is extremely important to digitise production process in order for us to offer new solutions to our customers. It’s not about augmenting our current operations using digitise <a href=”https://phys.org/news/2018-06-digitised-era-european.html”>production technologies</a>; it’s about what other solutions we can offer our customers that will help to boost our value proposition” says garment manufacturer.
“Whilst doing this, we also actively keep abreast of changing trends externally that affect our consumers. This gives us insight into trends that can be converted into the value in our designing phase, thereby allowing us to provide our customers with the most relevant, trending designs, “according to experts.
“Deployed in the cloud, these technologies provide a rich, multi-lingual interface for ease of use and are therefore extremely accessible to everyone,” comments Shivam Kharwal, marketing manager of ThreadSol – a software specialist based in Noida, India.
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