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NetSuite launches Retail Apparel ERP edition
May '16
NetSuite Inc, industry's leading provider of ERP and softwares has launched a new cloud based ERP, the NetSuite Retail Apparel Edition, to address the growing challenges of apparel and accessory retailers.

The new solution adds features and functionality designed specifically for retailers which is built on NetSuite's unified, cloud-based platform for ERP, planning, ecommerce and point-of-sale technologies. The new solution enables apparel and accessory retailers to accelerate time to value, streamline their operations and meet the ever-changing expectations of shoppers with a seamless, omnichannel customer experience.

“Apparel retailers require a platform that unifies their brand and their customers' experience. The multiple, back-office and front-end systems they struggle to keep in sync simply cannot keep up with their complex business models, selling channels and fast-paced trends,” said Branden Jenkins, NetSuite's general manager of global retail.

“At the same time, shoppers demand an engaging, omnichannel experience that moves with them as they constantly redefine the digital and in-store shopping journeys, rewarding retailers with their loyalty and repeat purchases along the way. NetSuite's cloud-based platform and industry-specific solution can solve these challenges and ensure that retailers will never be left behind again with outdated technology,” Jenkins added.

The software provide shoppers with seamless, omnichannel journeys that enhance a purchase. Shoppers also gets a range of apparel and accessory specific website that enhances the buying process. The Merchandise Management tool streamlines the manual processes for entering sales, purchase, transfer and bulk orders. (NA)

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