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AIMS360 Apparel ERP Software – AIMS to Exhibit and Speak During L.A. Textile Show

Tuesday, October 1, 2013
11:00am to 12:30pm
Presented by eC Systems Service, AIMS360, Innovative Systems, and Progressive Label
If you plan to do business with major department stores, join us and learn from the EDI experts. They will discuss topics such as the GS1 ID number, UPC numbers, UPC catalogs, basic EDI transactions such as the purchase order (850), advance ship notice (856), and the invoice (810), mapping and translating, service bureaus, VANs and other key components of EDI.

Understanding Apparel Principles and Costing (FBI Office – Suite A792)
Tuesday, October 1, 2013
1:00pm to 2:00pm
Presented by Henry Cherner of AIMS360
Gain an understanding of the mark up principles applied as a retailer or manufacturer and how these principles are critical to profitability. This seminar will explain the best options for implementing costing formulas/principles to realize gross margin profitability.

Space is limited and the seminars fill up quickly each year, so signup today to guarantee your seat. Click here to register!

AIMS will also be showcasing new features within their latest apparel ERP software, AIMS360. "The opportunity to showcase AIMS360 within our booth will allow for us to give users a more in-depth demonstration of the robust functionalities of our system has to offer." says Chris Walia – Director of Business Development and Marketing at AIMS360.

The LA Textile Show is the fashion industry’s West Coast destination for premier textile, design & production resources. Offering hundreds of fabric collections and design services from around the globe, the caliber of resources and fashion direction is presented with our Contemporary designer audience in mind.

For more information about the LA Textile Show, click here.

For the original version on PRWeb visit: http://www.prweb.com/releases/2013/9/prweb11172813.htm

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