Cloud computing allows apparel companies to minimise their upfront infrastructure spending, enabling them to focus on other critical aspects such as designing, manufacturing, and marketing.

The adoption of cloud computing in the apparel industry is rising with its gradual penetration into diverse segments, including supply chain management, inventory, and warehouse management, import management, production planning, monitoring procurement, and order fulfilment.

Discover the leading cloud computing companies in the apparel industry

Using its experience in the sector, Just Style has listed some of the leading companies providing products and services related to cloud computing. 

The information provided in the download document is drafted for apparel industry executives and technology leaders involved in cloud computing solutions. 

The download contains detailed information on suppliers and their product offerings, alongside contact details to aid purchase or hiring decisions. 

Amongst the leading vendors of cloud computing in the fashion industry are Microsoft Azure, Google Cloud, Salesforce, Oracle, IBM, Shopify and Accenture.

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Benefits of cloud computing in the apparel industry

Cloud computing allows brands to remain informed about any delay in the process chain, including procurement of raw materials, production, and transportation. It enables companies to take the right decision on scheduling delivery at the best possible time.

The technology improves communication between suppliers and apparel manufacturers to help them manage their supply chains. It helps manufacturers in taking rapid, responsible, and fully documented decisions, helping in saving time and money.

Cloud computing can be accessed from anywhere across the world at any time, and is easy to install, with flexible applications which improve the company’s efficiency. The technology supports companies in making quick payments and approving payments within a short amount of time.