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Datacolor presents 2008 Color in Retail Conference
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Apr '08
Top retailers from around the world gathered at the Fashion Institute of Technology in New York City to partake in the third “Color In Retail” Conference sponsored by Datacolor, a world leader in color technology for the textile and apparel industry.

With color being the focus, industry leaders and guest speakers such as Sophie Mather from Nike, Lauren Deatherage from Cotton Inc, and Kellie Barr from QVC, headlined discussions about “The Power of Innovation,” “The Power of Prediction” and “The Power of Quality.”

“Shorter lead times, cost savings, tighter quality demands and increased productivity are key issues for suppliers,” said Terry Downes, Chief Executive Officer of Datacolor. “Our proven COLOR LIFECYCLE MANAGEMENT solutions for the retail apparel and textile industry address these issues and add significant value to managing the complex global sourcing process.

Our team offers customers deep understanding of industry processes, and Datacolor Spectrum products have been embraced by both manufacturers and sourcing specifiers as critical tools for managing color.”

Datacolor has been providing Real Color Seminars for the Textile Industry for many years and to continue with their commitment of training, a User's Workshop was offered on April 22nd where representatives from top retailers and brands learned about the latest features and enhancements of Datacolor's Spectrum suite of products, such as Datacolor Spectrophotometers, Tools, Track, Envision, Maestro, Production Management, and COLOR LIFECYCLE MANAGEMENT solutions.

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