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Menswear firm Brian Brothers choose NGC's PLM suite
Feb '16
NGC Software, leading provider of Product Lifecycle Management (PLM), Supply Chain Management (SCM), ERP and Shop Floor Control software and services for brands, retailers, and consumer products companies, has announced that Brian Brothers, developers of the popular urban menswear brand Jordan Craig, has chosen NGC's fashion PLM and SCM system.

The rapidly growing apparel brand reviewed apparel software solutions from other leading PLM vendors and chose NGC based on its extensive knowledge of the fashion industry and the strength and flexibility of its best-in-class enterprise solution. NGC's PLM/SCM system is expected to provide Brian Brothers with an enterprise platform that easily shares information among its design and production teams, improving collaboration, accuracy and responsiveness, according to a press release.

The flexibility of NGC's enterprise platform was an important factor in Brian Brother's selection of NGC. The PLM/SCM system will integrate seamlessly with Brian Brothers' legacy ERP solution, which will allow Brian Brothers to implement a fashion design and production system without having to undergo a costly ERP replacement.

Brian Chang, production and design manager, Brian Brothers said, “We need a platform that gives us one version of the truth. Without a centralised system, it's impossible to know if everyone is working with the same information; otherwise, you may have situations where one team is working from a different set of specs than another. We need to not only improve speed to market, but also minimise mistakes and have better communications with our overseas producers.”

Mark Burstein, president of sales, marketing, and R&D, NGC said, “Brian Brothers is ideally poised to take advantage of the benefits of NGC's fashion PLM and SCM solution. We look forward to a successful implementation.” (GK)

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