AUSTRALIA: Farah Looks To Movex For Greater Efficiency
Leading manufacturer and distributor of men's and women's fashions, Farah Australia, has signed a deal to use Intentia's Movex collaborative enterprise application to help improve business processes and customer service.
The firm, which recently underwent a complete organisational restructuring that included management, merchandising, product range and technology, said the Movex implementation will be completed in February.
"Movex will help us work smarter and be more efficient and effective," said Mike Stacey, IT manager, Farah Australia. "This is a step in the right direction in improving the way we do business.
"With Movex, we will gain greater internal efficiency, which means improved customer service and increased profitability."
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