AIMS 360 Apparel ERP Software – Recognized by Apparel News

AIMS360 was recognized today by Apparel News for our commitment to education.  We recently awarded top fashion students from Saddleback College, Cal Poly Pomona, and the CCC Fashion Symposium.


AIMS360 Honors Top Fashion Students

 By Andrew Asch | Friday, May 24, 2013

Fashion Symposium Honoree Adneisha White with Henry Cherner of AIMS360. Courtesy of AIMS360.

The school year is coming to a close and fashion tech company AIMS360 recently handed out awards to the college students who distinguished themselves in fashion programs across Southern California.

The awards, in the form of $500 AIMS gift certificates to take AIMS classes, were given to community college students who submitted projects which received honors at the recent Fashion Symposium, which was produced by a group of community colleges at the California Market Center. Those receiving honors were Adneisha White of L.A. Trade Tech College, Brandon Killman of Fullerton City College, Jalen Harrison of Long Beach City College and Marie Hencel of Saddleback Community College.

AIMS360 ERP software was part of the curriculum for other programs. It was taught in an Apparel Merchandising and Management program course at Cal Poly Pomona along with software from other companies such as Tukatech and Critical Mass MFG.

Alex McNulty, a Cal Poly Pomona graduating honors student, presented his graduation project, a business plan where he used AIMS360, at a special meeting for the Board of Advisors at the Cal Poly Pomona.



At Saddleback College in Orange County, students learning to build e-commerce shops took a class in AIMS360’s program EasyShop B-to-C e-commerce shopping carts.  Click here to read more about Saddleback College’s course and see the top students websites.


AIMS360’s Henry Cherner at Saddleback College. Courtesy of AIMS360.

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