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House of Pearl to implement SAP ERP applications
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Sep '10
House of Pearl operates in multiple countries and provides ready-to-wear clothes. The company has an extensive distribution and manufacturing system.

House of Pearl has implemented SAP ERP applications, SAP Best Practices for Apparel and Footwear package, and Collaboration Folders software. Integrating the benefits of enterprise-wide operations will improve the company's ability to plan and forecast. Improved cost analysis will improve the company's bottom line. The addition of SAP ERP will allow H.O.P to implement a greater variety of business processes which will include yarn procurement, wholesale and distribution of Licenses and Private labels around the world.

House of Pearl credits SAP applications with helping the company to achieve a 30% year-on-year growth and an increase (over 50%) in the monthly book closure cycle times. By increasing the visibility and efficiency of its supply-chain benefited from the addition of SAP applications. H.O.P located in India and has warehouses in many countries including the United States and the United Kingdom.

Some of the expected benefits of implementing SAP ERP include an increase growth in business each year, an increase in the reduction of book closure cycle times, decrease in management lead times, an increase in supply-chain efficiency, lower cost from improved inventory levels, and faster response times. No longer will the company have to deal with gaps in communications because of the improved distribution and logistics aspects of SAP ERP applications.

House of Pearl Fashions Limited

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