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Bernard Cap taps NGC ERP system
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Jan '12
New Generation Computing Inc (NGC) announced that Bernard Cap, the largest supplier of dress uniform headwear to the U.S. Government and its agencies, is live on NGC's Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) system.

Miami-based Bernard Cap, an NGC customer since the mid 1990s, upgraded to NGC's latest ERP to gain important new functionality and reporting features. "It was a natural progression for us, as we've had very positive experiences working with NGC," said Jack Cendros, VP of Administration, Bernard Cap. "The latest version of NGC's ERP software gives us a new level of insight through much more detailed reporting and fast access to information. We can easily hone in on certain aspects of our business such as sales trends, profit margins, inventory levels, and other key data, as well as production information."

NGC's highly versatile fashion ERP system provides the flexibility to manage all types of companies, whether they manufacture or import, produce private label or branded merchandise, or sell to big box retailers or specialty stores. NGC's ERP includes a configurable EDI system, sophisticated financial accounting, flexible reporting features, and handles key business functions including Customer Order Processing, Purchasing, Manufacturing/Contractor Management, Inventory Control, Allocation, Distribution and Warehouse Management.

NGC's professional services team worked closely with Bernard Cap on the ERP implementation. "NGC was very responsive throughout the entire process," Cendros said. "NGC dedicated the right resources to get us up and running quickly."

"NGC's ERP solution will help drive a new level of productivity and operational efficiency at Bernard Cap, and we are pleased to continue working with a longtime customer," said Mark Burstein, president of sales, marketing and R&D, NGC.

Bernard Cap Company specializes in the manufacture of fine quality uniform headwear for U.S. and foreign military forces, service academies, airlines, police, security, and other organizations. All of the company's headwear products are made to conform to customer specifications.

New Generation Computing Inc (NGC)


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