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Hans Ubbink increases efficiency with itSuitsFashion solution
23
Sep '11
Hans Ubbink – the well-known brand for ladies and men's wear – is going to support its company processes with the Microsoft based fashion ERP solution itSuitsFashion.

Hugo van Lieshout, CFO at Hans Ubbink: “Our departments work with several systems that are not all connected. That resulted in multiple entries of data, non-matching reports and delayed processes. We have chosen to put our data in one integrated – and for our industry specialized – business software system, so that our information will flow throughout the company and our company processes will run more smoothly. This saves us an incredible lot of time and with that money.”

Arthur van Dijk, Managing Partner at it suits IT: “Hans Ubbink has decided for it suits IT because of our personal approach to our clients, their trust in our product team and expertise. The dedication of our team and cooperation with the key users at Hans Ubbink is a true partnership, which enabled a quick go-live of the project. We are proud of the fact that Hans Ubbink has chosen it suits IT, they are a major player in the market and a strategic customer to it suits IT.”

Hans Ubbink is the founder of the famous eponymous label for men's and women's collections. Anno 2011, Hans Ubbink is supported by a large crowd of dedicated fans, including many Dutch celebrities. Hans Ubbink is known for its exceptional creations, a marked original interpretation of clothing and clothing habits, but also for its high-profile campaigns, spectacular shows, DVD's and all the activities in which he can't curb his rampant creativity. His motto is Something Personal: you have to dress like you are, because that makes your world more beautiful. Beautiful is great, personal beauty is better.

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