US: The Dessy Group turns to ERP to support growth
The Dessy Group has invested in Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) software to help manage its rapidly growing business and streamline processes.
The BlueCherry ERP from CGS has enabled the company to automate many previously-manual processes while gaining full control over customer orders, deliveries, planning/production, materials, and finished goods.
In addition, Microsoft Dynamics SL has helped manage finances and resources, while improving business efficiency and managing complexities.
The Dessy Group (originally known as A&M Rosenthal) manufactures bridesmaid and special occasion dresses, as well as wedding gowns, under labels including Dessy Collection, After Six, and Alfred Sung.
Alan Dessy, CEO, says the new tools "save us valuable time and automate manual processes while supporting multiple currencies."
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