15 December 2017
As explored in my previous blog, an interview with re:source product developer Matt Webster, you now get a sense of why our team of developers are passionate about web application programming...and for some, growing a beard. Next I wanted to chat to Tom, our lead user experience designer for re:source. I wanted to understand why user-friendliness was so important to the design of re:source, and how feedback from our re:source closed beta testers was, in his opinion, invaluable.
16 January 2018
When I was a kid I loved visiting my local record store.
9 November 2017
It may take a village to raise a child, and it transpires that it requires a whole bunch of talented developers (some hairy, some less so) to create a product like re:source.
13 October 2017
It's a question I find myself pondering a lot lately. Especially given we are about to launch a sourcing intelligence tool that tracks global supply chains of apparel and textiles. Building out an import/export database is a start, but arguably this is data that's becoming ever-more...
Complex trade agreement rules and schedules made easy
Meaningful, strategic level global export data on garment categories
Apparel volume and value trade data by 6‐digit HS code
Consistent data automatically grouped by garment category
Track average prices by product category
Bespoke reporting build custom categories in seconds
Easily export data ready to manipulate in Excel
Make proveable, data driven apparel sourcing decisions
Strategic level global intelligence on sourcing countries
Unique country profiles designed to aid decision making
Compare and rank all major producing countries
Use key criteria to find new opportunities and potential savings
Identify and remove the hidden risks in your sourcing plan
Unique pricing benchmarks to aid negotiations
Track changes in raw materials, labour costs and efficiency
Assess pricing trends and spot opportunities for cost saving
Regularly updated benchmarks from our panel of suppliers
Scenario modeling see how changes will affect you
Successfully negotiate better terms with suppliers
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