Closet London invests in omnichannel software
Closet London is implementing the Visual End2End suite of software products to help connect and centralise all of the apparel retailer's product information and processes.
The Visual 2000 International software will enable smoother processes across the business, from sample stage through to dispatch. This is expected to increase efficiency as well as streamline design, product development, production and distribution processes, providing a smoother process for customers.
Alongside this, the brand will benefit from a wide range of concept-to-consumer fashion software components including product lifecycle management (PLM) and enterprise resource planning (ERP) capabilities.
"Being a true 'omnichannel' business selling via ecommerce, direct to retail customers, concessions and wholesale, we needed a system that would seamlessly integrate all these channels together to have one central inventory system to pull from – with advance reporting, financial and merchandising abilities," Closet explained.
It added: "We will now be able to connect all departments, from design to finance, for total visibility within a 'one stop application'."
Founded 20 years ago, Closet London specialises in contemporary women's wear, with its sub brands including Gold, Blu and Curves. Its garments are designed and produced in London.
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