We are excited to introduce a slim new PLM app for the apparel and home textile industries. A subscription-based tool for for line building, product data management, sampling and early commercialization.
Texelerate provides a unified, single version of specifications and product information in real-time that allows colleagues to collaborate together anywhere. All too often, access to PLM software has been limited to companies who have the financial and human resources to implement an enterprise PLM solution. But with Texelerate, the implementation is quick and manageable, and the annual subscription license approach virtually eliminates the risk usually associated with critical applications.
Texelerate is not only a perfect long-term solution, it is also a great start-up package for companies who wish to take a conservative approach to PLM. Increasing productivity and facilitating real-time updates to speed up the development process for even the smallest companies is now a reality.
Find out what Texelerate can do for you.
GTS is a pioneer in bringing PLM to the apparel and home textile industries:
- Read about our 15+ years in the PLM field sourcing consumer goods from China.
- Learn about our Asia office,
- Check out if we really know about print, fabrics, warps and wefts.
Based on proven background in footwear, GTS transitioned the SoftShoe code to home textiles in 1999 after securing a license agreement with one of the largest home textile companies in the US, American Pacific Corporation.
Named at the time TradeIT, the software was used to manage Bill of Materials, SKU generation and to feed the product information into American Pacific’s Factory order and warehouse systems. TradeIT managed BOM’s for some of the biggest brand names in the business; Nautica, Dockers and Liz Claibourne. We had a solid relationship with the American Pacific executive management team right up to their unforeseen closing in late 2008.
We would welcome inquiries from other home textiles companies who wish to automate their PLM processes under a new solution called Texelerate.