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Product Design Collaboration-Capturing Lost Supply Chain Value in the Apparel Industry

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Introduction:
Web-Centric Product Content Management- With the opportunities of moving design processes onto the Web, third party apparel product management software companies like Applied Intranet (now Freeborders) and later Gerber began developing Web-based solutions.
The paper then discusses web centric textile collaborative supply chains efforts in U.S.A the DAMA PROJECT (demand activated manufacturing architecture), TEXNET: A Textile Industry Data-Sharing Network, Supply Chain Integration Program (SCIP), in detail. It also briefly talks about the other such initiatives e.g. - QRS (Quick Response system), MODA-ML (AN ITALIAN PROJET), ARS (Accurate response manufacturing System).
The paper also gives the Collaborative Product Management System Leviís Example, and discusses the Indian textile industry scenario related to Collaborative practices and quotes
, a recent study conducted by KSA Technopak reveals that there is potential for 35 per cent cost reduction across the value chain, which can be effectively harnessed through strategic collaboration between all the links in the chain.
It then provides the enormous advantages of even a simple Web-based system and also mentions that as with many other industries, trust and technology adoption are still the largest barriers to collaboration.
Promoting trust among supply chain partners and finally the sheer pressure to reduce developmental lead-time and accuracy will pave way for collaborative product development in future.
Supply-chain thinking has traditionally been efficiency oriented Ė a cost reduction sort of thing Ė whereas value-chain thinking is enterprise-effectiveness oriented. When companies stress effectiveness, they arenít necessarily trying to reduce costs, but rather "to create the highest value for the customer."
Todayís challenge is to configure a supply chain that is robust enough to bear volume without breaking down, and agile enough to respond to rapidly changing demands.

Number of Pages of Project Report: 37
Package Includes: Project Report
Project Format: Document (.doc)

Table of Contents of Project Report:
1. Introduction
2. The Apparel Commodity Chain
3. The Apparel Industry characteristics
4. The Complexity Example- How many Countries Does it Take to make a Coat?
5. Managing the Product
- Steps in the clothing value Chain
6. Web-Centric Product Content Management
7. Web centric textile collaborative supply chains efforts in U.S.A- The DAMA project (demand activated manufacturing architecture) - brief introduction
8. Other Initiatives in textile industry related to Collaborative supply chain
- QRS
- MODA-ML (AN ITALIAN PROJET)
- ARS (Accurate response manufacturing System)
9. Collaborative Product Management System Leviís Example
10. Collaborative practices - The Indian industry scenario
11. Web based systems- the advantages
12. Making the leap to collaboration
13. Barriers to collaboration
14. Conclusion
15. References


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