US private-label apparel manufacturer Lucky Zone Design is implementing NGC's cloud-based ERP (enterprise resource planning) XPress platform to improve productivity.

NGC says ERP Xpress provides the "robust" features of its enterprise ERP application in a Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) model delivered in the cloud.

With hundreds of preconfigured reports and many other functions, NGC claims companies can streamline their workflows, reduce costs and improve profitability, increase their inventory turns and provide better customer service.

Lucky Zone Design said it selected ERP XPress to help it manage its business, which is growing rapidly in terms of volume, people, locations and warehouses.

With the solution, there is no software to install or configure, no need to purchase additional hardware, and no need for IT support or extensive user training.

"The SaaS model gives us the flexibility we need," said Lucky Zone's vice president of operations Bart Young. "With NGC ERP XPress, we'll be able to have everyone on the same page, even if they are in multiple locations, and they can access the entire ERP system anytime, anywhere."