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AIMS 360 ERP software empowers apparel business
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Dec '12
AIMS 360, the fashion industries’ leading apparel ERP Software Company, is promoting 2013 with automation awareness to help apparel businesses run more efficiently .“The word "automation" has been thrown around for some time now, but many apparel businesses are not aware nor truly understand the efficiencies and cost savings of implementing an automated system.” says Chris Walia (Director of Marketing at AIMS).

AIMS is pushing awareness initiatives to apparel businesses to help them better understand the value of automation and ‘in the cloud’ hosting. These automated solutions bring all facets of an apparel business into one location, eliminating tedious, time-consuming and repetitive business functions which will lead to increasing ROI. AIMS has already created several automated tools and is committed to expanding its automated tools further to help businesses manage their processes to the most efficient levels possible.

The apparel industry is at a tipping point with regard to automation and cloud technology adoption. So many other industries (financial, insurance, telecom, healthcare, utilities, etc.) have openly embraced this type of enterprise software, and the time has come for mass adoption in the apparel industry. "This will accelerate the apparel product life-cycle while shortening the billing and fulfillment life-cycles.", says Shahrooz Kohan (COO - AIMS). Clothing manufacturing companies stand to gain tremendous performance enhancement and their customers stand to benefit greatly from a better shopping and purchasing experience.

It is time to thrive, not just survive. The apparel business, like every other industry in the marketplace today, must evolve in order to grow. Long gone are the days of back-room, pen-and-paper, rear-view-mirror business management inefficiencies. Today, apparel manufacturers, wholesalers and importers must become a part of the automated, web-based revolution and must let technology become an equal partner in running their business.

Innovative, remotely accessible (cloud) and easy- to-use order and production processing systems exist today to take on the burden of handling all of the tedious, time-consuming and repetitive business functions that bog these businesses down. By offloading these tasks, businesses free themselves up to work faster, smarter and more productively, and as a result, they have the time and performance insights needed to make important business decisions that drive the business forward.

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