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“Adopting digitalized cutting techniques has boosted our manufacturing efficiency. We are now able to handle smaller batches and reduce costs.”
4 ways to survive price pressure
Cost-savvy consumers and an increasingly competitive furniture industry can make maintaining margins difficult.
Lectra’s technology has helped us evaluate the comfort and feasibility of a product from the very early stages of the process. This translates into time savings and a greater awareness of design choices.
“With an internal Versalis cutting room, we gain control over hide consumption and operating costs while ensuring that the quality of cut pieces will satisfy even the most demanding customers.”
6 benefits of the cloud for furniture manufacturing
Personal file storage, real-time traffic information and automatic application updates are all possible because of the cloud. It has become an integral part of daily life, making it easier in ways never imagined.
Does cutting speed really matter?
Fast machine cutting speed isn’t enough to ensure maximum throughput.
"The fact that lectra offers services in every country where we operate was one of the reasons we decided on lectra as a partner.”
Millennials: the customization generation
Today’s marketplace is turning millennial.
“Working seamlessly with Lectra, we anticipate a sharper competitive edge in the automotive supply chain, and a profitable future.”
Dassault Falcon Jet
“Digitalized processes help us meet our business objectives by being able to do it right the first time.”
Consumers want customization. Here's how you deliver it.
Three technological shortcuts to custom furniture design
With 18 fashion brands to its name, Baroque Japan is a rising star in Japan’s fashion landscape. First launched as “MOUSSY” in 2000, the company’s edgy streetwear look quickly catapulted the brand to success. Seventeen years later, Baroque now boasts 375 stores in Japan, 231 stores overseas, and recorded $636M in sales for the year ending January 2017.