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Donna Karan to get benefit from RLM FashionManager
Oct '11
RLM Apparel Software Systems Inc. announces that leading fashion design house Donna Karan International has selected FashionManager enterprise software to manage all global operations. The comprehensive business solution will serve as the information system backbone for the company's complete range of apparel, bags, shoes, and accessories product lines.

The fully integrated, functionally advanced solution promises to help Donna Karan achieve higher levels of productivity and efficiency while streamlining operations and increasing business process visibility.

According to Cindy Payero, Vice President DK/DKNY Systems, “While our operations were already quite efficient, we knew that we could benefit from state-of-the-art technology. After a thorough evaluation, we concluded that RLM provided the best option for our diverse product and international process requirements. By supporting our entire operation, FashionManager will enable us to eliminate functional and visibility gaps throughout our business.”

When fully implemented, the FashionManager software will be used by about 400 Donna Karan associates in the New York headquarters and other global operations centers in the United States, the Netherlands, and Hong Kong. The company's supply partners will also have access to relevant information through an integrated vendor portal. The FashionManager solution will manage order processing and fulfillment in multiple currencies and will increase accuracy and speed deliveries to Donna Karan and independent department and specialty retail stores.

"We look forward to the ease of use and productivity that FashionManager provides”, added Payero. “In addition to its many advanced capabilities, ease of use was very important to our teams. Features like the one-click export to Excel and the individually configurable tables will greatly enhance the user experience.”

Implementation of the new system is expected to begin soon at the company's New York headquarters and New Jersey distribution center.

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