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Gerber Touts Fashion Tech Innovation With Roadshow Events

Gerber Technology is bringing the latest fashion technology innovations to the West and East Coast.

The apparel software solution provider is conducting fashion industry technology showcases in San Francisco on Feb. 24 and New York on Feb. 28, where attendees will be informed about how digital technology could accelerate timelines, promote collaboration and maximize profitability for their clothing companies.

Show highlights include seven core panels that will cover industry wide topics, including retail’s digital transformation and how technology could support a more sustainable fast fashion model.

Key trends and tips on how to compete in retail’s digital landscape will be discussed at Digitization in FashionTech. At The Future is in the Cloud, attendees can learn about how cloud computing could be beneficial against cyber-attacks. We Live in a 3D World will explore how 3D impacts design, merchandising PLM and sampling.

Fast Fashion and Social Responsibility will discuss how digital devices could foster a more eco-friendly “see now, buy now” approach for apparel companies. Shining a Light on the Supply Chain will talk about how technology, including logistics software, could improve productivity and profits. Are You Ready for On-Demand Manufacturing also spans the topic of fast fashion and how new technologies are allowing for mass customization in apparel production.

At the fashion show finale, Technology is Fashion-Forward will note upcoming fashion technology innovations and how these applications, devices and systems could accelerate the apparel industry in the future.

“Digitization is transforming the Fashion Industry. As a partner to our customers, the Roadshows represent an important dialog on how to compete in the digital world,” Gerber Technology vice president and general manager of software solutions Karsten Newbury said. “Our goal at Gerber is to help our customers to reach their optimum by leveraging easy to adopt technology to more successfully compete in their markets.”