The Visual End2End software suite will centralise all of Closet London's product information and processes into a single system. This will help Closet London increase efficiency as well as streamline design, product development, production and distribution processes. Alongside this, the brand will benefit from a wide range of concept-to-consumer fashion software components including Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) and Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) capabilities.
Closet London said, “We pride ourselves on innovative design and excellent customer service. Being a true 'omnichannel' business selling via e-commerce, direct to retail customers, concessions and wholesale, we needed a system that would seamlessly integrate all these channels together to have one central inventory system to pull from – with advance reporting, financial and merchandising abilities. We have undertaken a detailed market evaluation to find the most efficient and fit-for-purpose solution to support our current and future growth needs. With Visual 2000, we are pleased to have found a solution to achieve this. We will now be able to connect all departments, from design to finance, for total visibility within a 'one stop application'. It is exciting to combine our business growth with new fashion technology.”
Visual 2000 UK managing director, Tony Mather, said, “We are delighted to be working with Closet London on this project. Closet London is an established, respected business in a fast moving sector and will benefit from Visual's Rapid Deployment Process (RDP). This will enable quick gains from PLM, ERP and other key fashion capabilities from an all-in-one business enterprise solution.”
Visual 2000 provides End2End software to apparel, footwear and fashion accessory companies. More than 500 companies around the world take advantage of Visual 2000's advanced ERP, PLM, supply chain management, warehouse optimization and business intelligence software. (HO)
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