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DeSL expands by opening New York office
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May '13
DeSL, a global company delivering integrated web based solutions for the Fashion, Apparel, Textile and Footwear sectors, announced the opening of their New York City office.

The Company has been delivering solutions to the fashion industry since 2002 and is now one of the fastest growing, most in demand PLM solution providers to the market.

DeSL has a global customer base including some of the world’s most renowned fashion brands and largest garment manufacturers. The Company already serves New York based Men’s Wearhouse, Eileen Fisher, A.H. Schreiber and the global fashion powerhouse, VF Corporation.

Marc Friedman Vice President, North America commented, “Given that we have a growing list of customers headquartered out of New York, it made sense that we open an office here.

"The new office, which is based in Midtown Manhattan, is at the heart of New York’s fashion industry and close to many of our highly valued US based customers.  This is a truly exciting time for DeSL, as we are going through a period of global expansion.   In the past year alone we have doubled the size or our global team.”

Marc continued, “DeSL has gained a reputation as being ‘technically unrivalled’ in the PLM space.  With a full ERP platform that has been developed using the latest Microsoft.Net framework, customers recognize that with DeSL, they have the absolute latest technology for their supply chain software needs.

"Our solution is 100% web enabled, includes a unique bi-directional Adobe Illustrator PLM plug in and works across iPhone, iPad and Android.  Additionally, we have some great Apps and a terrific product roadmap to ensure we remain ahead of the game in supply chain for the global fashion industry.”

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