just-style management briefing: More software trends to watch
By Leonie Barrie | 4 May 2011
After weathering the storm of recession, today's apparel companies now face a significantly more challenging and competitive market. Technologies they would be wise to watch in the year ahead include lead time optimisation, business intelligence, cloud computing and 3D tools.
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