Recent newsletter articles...
VeriStitch Successfully Integrates Engraving Automation
There is much more to the personalization market than just sewn lettering. Just as sewing names and logos on wearables has become more and more popular, engraving has grown in popularity as well. VeriStitch has wanted to automate the engraving work flow the same way we have the sewn lettering work flow for a long time. Now, we have! Read the whole story...
DeltaSQL Celebrates First Successful Peak
(Original article date January, 2009) Last year we announced that VeriStitch was moving to Microsoft SQL Server as our database to improve system reliability and availability. Since then, DeltaSQL has made its debut on the production floors of some of our customer sites. Find out more about what the move to DeltaSQL can do for you. Read the whole story...
VeriStitch Porting Delta Product Line to Microsoft .NET
A primary objective for VeriStitch in 2009 is to port our Delta suite of products to the Microsoft .NET programming environment. Find out all of the great advantages this will bring to our Delta product line and what you can expect from this latest development effort. Read the whole story...
DeltaPC Celebrates Successful First Peak
Last year we announced that VeriStitch was moving away from hardware terminals as our primary machine interface and toward touchscreen-equipped PCs. Since then, DeltaPC, has made its debut on the production floors of some of our customer sites. Find out directly from one of our most talented support techs the difference DeltaPC made at one of our largest sites. Read the whole story...
Direct-to-Sew™ Featured in Apparel Magazine Cover Story
Don't miss the cover story of Apparel Magazine, April, 2007, issue: Do-It-Yourself Disney. This article describes the real-world return-on-investment for Direct-to-Sew, productivity numbers, and a true success story from Disney Shopping, one of the biggest names in the personalization business. Read the whole story...
Direct-to-Sew™ for Embroidery Fonts
Celebrates Successful First Peak
Since we last wrote about Direct-to-Sew for Embroidery Fonts, it has been deployed at the premier specialty retailer of home furnishings in the U.S. hosting a busy network of over 80 machines through a successful peak 2006 retail season. Read the whole story...
VeriStitch to Introduce Embroidery Kiosk Solution
Just a few years ago, embroidery kiosks were popping up all over the place in high-traffic retail establishments: Office Depot, Wal-Mart, you name it. Most of these attempts to commoditize on-site embroidery met with disappointing results. Why? And how will Delta Remote Personalization System (Delta RPS) improve the odds of making a success of what is basically a great idea? Read the whole story...
VeriStitch to Adopt PC-Based Machine Interface Model
This year VeriStitch will move away from its traditional hardware terminal and towards a PC-based machine interface model. Why the change in direction, why now and how will you benefit? Read the whole story...
Promoted to Full Production
(Original article date October, 2005) Find out the latest developments in this exciting new lettering technology that is creating buzz throughout the industry. Read the whole story...
Manual Needle Assignments
High-Tech Production Floor
Any embroidery floor manager who has had to scrap an order because of a wrong color knows how nice it would be to eliminate the step of manually assigning needle numbers after a pattern download. Find out how high-tech, tightly integrated production floors are already experiencing this quantum leap in productivity. Read the whole story...
VeriStitch Gets Local Press Coverage
One of the advantages of moving your business to a small mid-western town is that people take an interest in who you are, where you're from and what you do. That was the case recently when a reporter for the local paper came calling on VeriStitch at its new digs on Wheatland Drive in Hutchinson, Kansas.Our sincere thanks to Joe Kiley of Disney Direct Marketing and Steve Hobbs of Brother International for the quotes they contributed to this article. Read the newspaper article...
Reducing the Steps to
Get a Pattern to the Production Floor
Would your embroidery operation benefit from a review of the steps it
takes to get a pattern to the production floor? Read
the whole story...
(Original article date June, 2001) A careful pilot test of Delta MCS
that began in October of last year culminated in a full roll-out of the
system last month at the Things Remembered distribution center in North
Jackson, Ohio. Things Remembered, a $285M national retailer specializing
in personalized gifts with nearly 800 stores and three channels of distribution,
called upon VeriStitch to help improve monogram productivity and reduce
inventory lost to personalization errors. Good communication and planning
coupled with superb execution resulted in a Delta MCS solution with a
high return on investment. Read the whole story...