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Ko­mar Brands (a New Jersey-based com­pany, which li­censes and de­signs sleep­wear) has al­ready im­ple­mented TUKA3D and TUKA­cloud for prod­uct de­vel­op­ment of its brands like Ellen Tracy and Ca­role Hochman. Com­pared to their pre­vi­ous man­ual pattern-mak­ing process, Pro­duc­tion Man­ager James Har­ris says, "We have al­ready cut out a num­ber of pro­to­type sam­ples. We go straight to the mar­ket, sav­ing at least a month of de­vel­op­ment time.” Most com­pa­nies would be sat­is­fied with those re­sults, but Ko­mar is look­ing be­yond and to the fu­ture of their busi­ness. Har­ris ex­plains, “You’re not just pay­ing for the peo­ple any­more, you’re also pay­ing for the soft­ware. So how do we uti­lize these as­sets even fur­ther? TUKA3D DE is a per­fect so­lu­tion to bring this process full-cir­cle.”

For those who are scep­ti­cal about the impact of a full-cir­cle de­sign process, Har­ris ad­mits, “Lot many peo­ple are go­ing to be frus­trated with this process be­cause it’s go­ing to be new. But we’re get­ting back to the orig­i­nal process of sewing some­thing and send­ing it off, ex­cept that we’re do­ing it dig­i­tally. That’s what is most ex­cit­ing.”

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