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Jump Design selects NGC's Global Enterprise fashion Suite
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Oct '15
US-based fashion firm, Jump Design, is implementing NGC's Global Enterprise Suite (GES), a fully integrated suite of solutions for fashion PLM, Supply Chain Management (SCM), and ERP.

Jump Design Group will also deploy NGC's business intelligence (BI) offering from Qlikview. Each application in NGC's GES works in unison as a single enterprise platform, giving Jump Design Group the advantages of working with a single company that has in-depth understanding of the fashion industry combined with best-of-breed apparel software solutions.

NGC's Global Enterprise Suite will enable Jump Design Group to continue to design, source and manufacture its exclusive lines with greater efficiency and speed to market. By improving workflows and productivity, Jump Design Group's 180+ employees can deliver an even higher level of service and collaborate with their customers to maximise sell-through and profitability.

Additionally, NGC's configurable BI dashboard will provide Jump Design Group with graphical and tabular displays of many key performance indicators. The BI dashboard enables easy evaluation of development progress, sales trends, production status, inventory positions and financial targets, leading to better decision-making and increased profitability, according to a press release.

Mark Burstein, president of sales, marketing and product development, NGC said, “Jump Design Group's stylish, beautiful dresses are sold by top-tier retailers in the US and around the world. The New York-based designer joins NGC's large family of flagship fashion brands and retailers in New York, and we're proud to be working with them.”

NGC Software is a leading provider of PLM, SCM, ERP, and shop floor control software and services for brands, retailers, and consumer products companies. (GK)

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