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Clothing designer picks CGS' BlueCherry PLM
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Computer Generated Solutions (CGS), a leading global provider of technology solutions, announced that Velvet by Graham and Spencer has chosen the BlueCherry PLM (Product Lifecycle Management) software solution to help manage its creative and production teams.

Velvet by Graham and Spencer, a contemporary clothing manufacturer based in Culver City, California, has been in need of a PLM system in order to better monitor the design process and to integrate it into the BlueCherry system. With a wide collection of PLM solutions on the market, Velvet by Graham and Spencer had other options but chose to go with CGS’s BlueCherry PLM based on a core set of factors.

“After a review of products in the marketplace, BlueCherry PLM was an easy decision due to its functionality, ease of use and expanded capabilities with ERP integration,” said Henry Hirschowitz, President of Velvet. “As a result of the implementation, we expect to see improved productivity and increased visibility which will allow for better communication and decision making.”

As a longstanding BlueCherry customer, Velvet by Graham and Spencer continues to develop its alliance with CGS and the selection of BlueCherry PLM further demonstrates this commitment.

“We at CGS are delighted to have the opportunity to expand our partnership with Velvet by Graham and Spencer,” said Paul Magel, President of the Application Solutions Group at CGS. “With its selection of BlueCherry PLM, Velvet by Graham and Spencer will now be able to decrease lead times, improve internal and supplier collaboration, increase process visibility, and achieve many other strategic business enhancements that were previously unfeasible.”

BlueCherry PLM helps companies manage design images, product and raw materials development, purchasing and sample approval, and end-to-end workflow tracking.

Velvet by Graham and Spencer designers, Jenny Graham and Toni Spencer expertly fuse soft sumptuous fabrics with modern feminine fit resulting in a timeless contemporary collection that women covet each season. From your treasured weekend tee to your cozy cashmere cover up, Velvet is a chic stable for everyday life. The brand is sold in upscale department stores and boutiques across the U.S. and worldwide.

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