White Paper: TUKATECH
In the apparel industry, if you aren't moving forward, chances are you are falling behind. Advanced technologies assist in apparel product development and conceptual design in industries as diverse as the automotive, aerospace, and architecture.
Globalization is the main reason why apparel product development has turned into such a convoluted process.
Key takeaways from this whitepaper on “How Technology is Redefining the Apparel Industry”:
SO, WHAT WORKED? : Pattern maker collaborated with the sample maker to determine garment construction
THE SOLUTION: CAD systems for apparel product development
INTEGRATING TECHNOLOGY: Create hundreds of virtual samples without having to make a single physical garment
CLOUD-BASED COLLABORATION: Communication gaps are breeched
Tukatech, the groundbreaking software innovator, is 22 years old, and its founder, Ram Sareen—as much beloved as he is respected by his globally diverse clientele—is showing no signs of slowing down. Born in India to a “garmento”, Ram learned basics of the businesses while taking his father’s clients on weekend tours of the Taj Mahal—“four hours up and down, listening to their yak-yak, I didn’t even know what I was learning,” he reminiscences. An engineer by education, Ram says, “I did finish my Mechanical Engineering but I am a much better tailor, working in the Apparel Industry for decades, we had to know the trades better than our work force.”
By: Software AG
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