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Gerber Technology supports PI Apparel, Berlin
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Courtesy: Gerber Technology
Courtesy: Gerber Technology
Gerber Technology, a leader in integrated software, automation and vision systems for the apparel, graphics, packaging and other industrial markets, participated in a panel discussion with experts in 3D CAD and supported their long-time customer Helly Hansen as they discussed their upgrade from webPDM to Yunique In The Cloud at PI Apparel in Berlin.

The apparel industry seeks data to enable changes and become more profitable. The recently concluded PI Apparel conference in Berlin highlighted ways to help make sure that right strategy, people and technology are in place to succeed.

Gerber's Mary McFadden, executive director, CAD product development participated in a panel discussion 'How is 3D Set to Disrupt the Fashion/Apparel Industry?' She was joined with several distinguished peers in the industry to discuss how to inspire brands, train designers, streamline integration and accelerate time to market with 3D.

Additionally, Helly Hansen, a long-time Gerber customer, presented key business challenges of upgrading from PDM to Yunique In The Cloud. For more than 10 years, Helly Hansen has used PDM as the central database for all product information and AccuMark for its technical design and pattern making. Key factors in upgrading included communication and inefficiencies across the value chain that could be solved by upgrading their software.

“We are excited to have our long time customer partner, Helly Hansen discuss their experience with upgrading to our class-leading Yunique In The Cloud,” said Bill Brewster, vice president and general manager, enterprise software solutions. “Utilising their understanding of webPDM and transferring it to capitalise on the capabilities of Yunique in the future, will allow them to leverage cost savings and realise efficiencies that will increase their speed to market and ultimately help drive profitability.” (RKS) 

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