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ecVision to sponsor & exhibit at Apparel Tech Conference
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Oct '09
ecVision, an award winning provider of product lifecycle and supply chain software solutions, announced that it will again sponsor and exhibit at the Apparel Tech Conference in New York City next month. This "must-attend" event organized by Apparel magazine is an ideal environment for apparel brands, manufacturers and retailers to preview technology solutions and services from a select group of providers.

This year at the event ecVision will present an educational session titled "Reducing Brand Risk with Process-Based Factory Compliance: A Case Study of the World's Largest Sourcing Organization." This real customer study focuses on factory compliance inspections and the use of ecVision XpressCommerce as a web-based solution to provide visibility into the compliance/inspection process and to connect factories, vendors, outside inspection groups, in-house QA personnel, and sourcing teams.

The company is one of the world's largest sourcing agents with operations in more than 40 economies employing more than 14,000 people. ecVision's presentation will illustrate how its technology is being leveraged to ensure stricter adherence to the numerous performance standards and subsequently builds stronger relationships with each link in the supply chain.

Held at the Fashion Institute of Technology (FIT) every year, Apparel Tech Conference combines keynote presentations from industry thought-leaders with ongoing educational workshops and a tabletop exhibit area. The Conference provides convenient access to information and ideas designed to help retailers learn more about strategic technology solutions and best practices. Attendance is complimentary for qualified apparel brands, manufacturers and retailers. The show runs November 11 and 12th.

ecVision provides sourcing and supply chain management software for private brands that enables collaboration and visibility with their supply network. XpressCommerce is a configurable, web-based solution for private label owners and manufacturers to facilitate better relationships with trading partners through standardized documents and process flow from product concept to receipt.

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