Simparel Announces Gold Medal International Has Successfully Launched its Global Supply Chain Solution

9 December 2008 | News | Source: Simparel Inc

Simparel, Inc. announces that its global supply chain software solution has been successfully implemented by Gold Medal International (GMI). GMI distributes socks, sheer goods and accessories to major retail department stores, big-box retailers, and discount stores across North America.

Simparel, Inc., an advanced technology company established in 2007, is unique in the industry because it delivers fully comprehensive global supply chain enterprise solutions without writing programming code. This new generation solution offers companies the flexibility to address current needs as well as any future requirements, both quickly and affordably.

With a non-traditional model of selling the same products simultaneously in multiple configurations, in multiple units of measure, at multiple price points, GMI presented a complex international supply chain challenge. Ron Grilli, Simparel CEO explains, "Traditional ERP systems could not meet these requirements, which even extended into GMI's warehouse operations." The Simparel software solution allowed GMI to retain its proven business processes.

According to Paul Rotstein, President and CEO of GMI, "Simparel is simply better. It is better at managing a rapidly evolving product line, better at sales order management, inventory management, and order fulfillment. Simparel streamlines the entire process of managing complex requirements. All of this leads to improved sales performance, increased customer satisfaction and better margin results."

Headquartered in New York, the Simparel management team brings with it decades of experience with over 600 successful implementations. Grilli notes, "In developing the Simparel enterprise solution, we focused on a forward-looking strategy for global supply chain management, with the specific goal of being operational on-time and within budget."

 

 

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