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Ecvision becomes Elite Sponsor of AAFA
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Apr '12
ecVision, the leading supply chain collaboration platform provider for retail, has reinforced its commitment to support the American Apparel & Footwear Association (AAFA) initiatives for retailers and manufacturers. As an AAFA Elite Sponsor, ecVision's contribution will aid in the advancement of the association members' competitiveness, productivity and profitability in the global market.

"Through our sponsorship, ecVision will share our professional knowledge and extensive experience in the apparel and footwear industry with AAFA members and non-members alike," said Gary M. Barraco, Director of Product Marketing.

“Through its collaborative supply chain platform called ecVision Suite, retailers and brands can lower design/production costs and improve profitability and productivity. This cloud-based solution enhances global sourcing operations through multi-enterprise integration, visibility and collaboration across the trading partner network.

Each year, AAFA organizes educational events, programs, seminars, and webinars related to every aspect of the apparel and footwear industry. EcVision will be participating in many of these, including the 'Product Safety and Sustainability Seminar & Exhibition' in Long Beach, CA on May 22nd.

At this session participants will hear from experts in the field on product safety, compliance, and sustainability. Agenda topics will include an in-depth look at state regulations, how to sell a compliant product in the U.S.; and how to manage brands within a supply chain.

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