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The apparel industry is incredibly wasteful, ranking fourth overall in terms of harm done to the planet in 2022. Each year 92 million tons of textile waste is produced globally. Research shows that the production of clothing has more than doubled in the last 15 years, while actual usage of clothes has shrunk by more […]
Traditionally, color quality validation and approval during manufacturing follows a manual, effort-intensive process based on subjective assessments. Physical samples are often being shipped multiple times across the globe between brands and their suppliers in a time-consuming process resulting in added courier costs, increased lead-times, a large carbon footprint and lost sales. Nevertheless, the desired color […]
The cotton production process is controversial. The Xinjiang Scandal, in late 2020, only served to add fuel to the fire: reports surfaced of forced labor in the cotton production process. Prior to this, Xinjiang was responsible for 85% of the cotton produced in China, and about 20% of the world’s cotton. Some of the largest […]
Triple Tree Solutions was built on the core principles of speed, transparency, and accuracy. However, after working with various clients, we discovered our key strength: customizability. In the summer of 2017, during a DTB summit, Triple Tree caught the attention of a renowned textile testing and certification institute, with over 75 years of experience. They […]
Globalization has evolved the way supply chains work: large companies have complex supply chain networks scattered across the globe. Due to this, transparency has become a real problem: top level executives are having trouble with visibility, unsure of what is going on in their production processes. Recently, we have seen a shift towards sustainability in […]
Introduction The fashion industry is one of the biggest contributors to the climate crisis, due to this fact, many countries are introducing mandatory due diligence legislatives that would hold brands accountable for their impact on the environment. Sustainability has become a top priority for leaders and consumers, and brands must adapt to be successful. Impact […]
Introduction Many large corporations and brands work with international suppliers creating jobs and opportunities in developing countries. However, no mandatory rules and regulations exist that holds companies accountable for the negative impact they have on human rights, the environment, and good governance. Even prior to the pandemic, there were no compulsory due diligence regulations in […]
Introduction The COVID-19 pandemic highlighted how organizations that were digitally mature proved to be more successful in times of crisis compared to others. As a result, many organizations are shuffling to digitally transform their businesses to be more future-proof. However, transformations, especially digital transformations are challenging and the success rate is alarmingly low. Organizations must […]
Our team had a great time being part of the Munich Fabric Start from August 31st to September 1st, 2021, and presenting ColordesQ, our Color Management, Validation, and Conformity solution for the first time at the Fabric. ID Innovation Panel. ColordesQ was introduced to our product suite when Marcus Kaiser (now Director of Business Development […]
The COVID-19 pandemic and the restrictions that followed have had a significant and long-lasting impact on consumer behavior across the globe. As businesses reopen and we enter the new normal, the behaviors adopted during the pandemic are likely to persist. To be successful in today’s hyper-competitive environment, businesses need to reinvent processes and alter the way they interact and engage with consumers across all platforms.
Overview Quality management is an integral part of businesses across various industries to ensure that the final product meets quality standards. A substandard approach to quality management can have a negative impact on an organization and lead to customer loss, decreased revenues, and tarnish overall brand image. While many organizations have automated the quality control […]
Overview The fashion landscape is evolving and the COVID-19 pandemic has only further accelerated trends and challenges that the industry faced prior to the crisis. As sales decline, store closures continue, and consumer behavior changes, the fashion industry is struggling to keep up. A report by McKinsey found that economic profit in the industry declined […]
Color is a vital part of all goods manufactured and plays a crucial role in the sales success of any product. Due to this, it is essential for businesses to achieve the desired color accurately and as quickly as possible during the production stage.
Frequent shocks and disruptions, such as the COVID-19 pandemic and other natural disasters, have a major impact on businesses and tend to expose gaps and vulnerabilities that exist in their global value chain. As a response, leaders across various industries are becoming more aware of their supply-chain processes and are looking to increase resiliency and transparency.
Artificial intelligence and machine learning is reshaping the entire fashion value chain, from designing and manufacturing to marketing and sales. Industry leaders are leveraging AI technologies to gather data and improve overall performance from top to bottom for a more seamless customer experience.
Chief Operating Officer (COO) of Lulusar, Fawad Shah, shares his thoughts on technology in the fashion industry, the impact of the COVID-19 on businesses, sustainability, and the future of fashion.
A leading global sourcing company sought to improve their supply chain by digitizing data acquisition and quality management operations. With widely distributed processes and the need for seamless, uninterrupted communication between stakeholders, real-time data exchange for quality control was critical.
In recent years, there has been a shift to more technologically advanced processes which has altered the way consumers interact with businesses. As customer preferences evolve, businesses are forced to re-evaluate their existing structures. To adapt to the new normal and improve overall performance, businesses need to digitize. Organizations that are slow to adopt risk failure in this highly competitive and uncertain environment.
The COVID-19 pandemic has radically transformed the way the world works. Many businesses have gone into survival mode while others have been forced to close their doors permanently. The crisis has caused severe disruptions to the global supply-chain and inherently changed consumer behavior.
The climate crisis is a pressing issue that is heavily impacting the fashion industry and consumer behavior. As consumers across the globe become more aware, there is an increased demand for sustainability. Even amidst the pandemic, sustainability remains a top priority for stakeholders.