US: Magaschoni to implement FashionManager ERP/PLM
Luxury women's wear brand Magaschoni is replacing several independent legacy software systems with the FashionManager business solution to help improve collaboration and visibility across all concept-to-consumer processes.
The 40-user system from RLM Apparel Software Systems is being installed at Magaschoni's Manhattan headquarters and at its New Jersey warehouse operations.
Global vendor partners will also gain access to the system, while integration with existing sales and e-commerce systems will extend benefits to the company's retail channel.
"Our existing systems were added independently over a period of 10-15 years," explains executive vice president and chief financial officer, Kevin Mogyoros. "The current lack of integration limits our ability to share information and track performance in a timely and accurate manner."
He adds: "With FashionManager, we look forward to gaining more control and visibility across our entire company."
The new platform should support better informed, more timely business decisions by improving accessibility and visibility of information across the design, production, sales, retail, accounting, and management teams.
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