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SAP to organise conferences exclusively for textile sector
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Aug '11
SAP – a global market leader in enterprise application software is organising a series of conferences titled – “SAP Thought Leadership for Textiles” exclusively for the benefit of the textile industry in India.

The first conference will be held in Ahmedabad on September 6, which will be followed by the second one in Mumbai on September 7.

In today's dynamic business environment, the textile industry faces diverse challenges. One needs to respond to these challenges effectively and efficiently to increase profitability, cut costs, and improve productivity. SAP believes its time to include success along with the amazing textiles woven everyday.

SAP, the world leader in ERP solutions, with years of experience and industry best practices has custom designed & developed solutions for the textile industry. These solutions are based on proven technology that helps respond to business challenges and needs in a timely manner.

SAP solutions help in streamlining voluminous data and interpret it real-time to facilitate correct decision making. The data is converted in to useful information that helps the industry respond to opportunities quickly, giving a never before competitive advantage.

SAP solutions also provides answers to issues pertaining to inventory and maintenance, warehousing, changing fashions, and reach-to-markets with reference to channel management and stores with online controls.

The “SAP Thought Leadership for Textiles” will be the next step to success for the Indian textile industry. The interactive sessions will explain all the above and more. The conference is a 'must attend' for all decision makers – CEOs / CIOs / CXOs / CTOs from textile and apparel businesses.

Click here to register your participation at the event.

Fibre2fashion News Desk - India

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