UK: Max Pierre Implements SyscomERP
Dublin based clothing company Leo Fashions has commissioned Syscom to deliver a new enterprise wide software solution to help sustain its expansion plans.
Leo Fashions' Max Pierre brand is supplied to independent boutiques and department stores across the UK and Ireland.
Barry O'Mara, director, Leo Fashions said the company wanted to improve integration across its supply chain and that "close collaboration with our offshore suppliers and our customers is paramount to our continued success."
Leo Fashions will implement the full SyscomERP suite including financial management, stock control, sales orders, invoicing, purchasing, product development management (PDM) and PocketERP which includes the use of portable PDAs to provide remote order entry and access for field based personnel.
Barry added: "The introduction of SyscomERP at Leo Fashions will allow us to manage the whole supply chain from design, to after sales service and all the activities in between."
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