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 demand and supply of textile industry in india


SAP Learns The Ropes Of Fashion/Outfitting
With a heavy heart, in 1999, SAP had to go back to the drawing board, to do a thorough redesign of its erstwhile ill-reputed Apparel & Footwear Solution (AFS

demand and supply of textile industry in india  product characteristics, a savvy demand enticement, rapid style turnovers, shifting periods of make-to-stock (MTS) and make-to-order (MTO), an immense number of stock keeping units (SKU), complex scheduling and logistics of cutting, sewing, subcontracting/outsourcing and transportation. On the other hand, these enterprises have traditionally been reluctant to make information technology (IT) investments. While many have implemented pieces of technology to fulfill a specific need (e.g., computer-aided

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