The textile and Fashion industries are the second largest industrial sector in the world, second only to the food industry. As in any high volume sector, the textile and fashion industries include a large variety of sub sectors: from elite fashion designers in Europe and the United States to mass production sewing workshops in India and China, from exclusive car upholstery designers to bedding products manufacturers etc.
Given the fact that a mere 30% of textile and fashion designers and manufacturers use computer aided design (CAD) software for the design process, these sectors hold substantial market growth potential in coming years.
When you keep in mind that the other 70% still work in a completely manual process using scissors and cardboards, there is a great deal of operational and production effectiveness this industry still has to achieve in order to catch up to its complementary industries (car, aircraft, elite fashion etc.).
Given the fact that all these factories with non-computerized work processes do use different software solutions for other processes, a non-dependent software solution is necessary if only for its hardware flexibility and the abilities to fit into any existing or newly acquired hardware.
There are a few fashion design software firms who have picked up that flag, and now make software solutions that are easier to implement. Hopefully this process in which fashion design software companies have made a step towards their clients, will make the switch to computer aided design in the fashion and textile industries an easier and faster one.
Michal Moreno is a copywriter who writes for OptiTex Fashion design software, which specializes in the development of innovative, easy-to-operate, 2-D and 3-D CAD/CAM Fashion Design software. Michal is also a project manager at Morenos Inernet marketing Experts http://www.optitex.com
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