With products co-branded with its own Jack of All Trades brand, the company manages a large portfolio of trendy licenses that include Marvel, DC Comics, and various other pop-culture iconic brands.
By replacing spreadsheet and other general purpose software, the fashion-focused Enterprise (ERP) solution will enable the company to increase operational efficiencies while advancing sales, distribution, and customer service across retail and direct-to-consumer sales channels.
According to Vision/Eleven President Allan Goldberg, “As our company grew, we recognized the need to move to more comprehensive and fashion-focused software systems. In Visual 2000, we found a partner that is not only dedicated to our industry but one that impressed us with a high level of service that started even before we purchased. We are confident that this system and partnership will contribute to our continued growth and success.”
By leveraging the Visual ERP.net solution, Vision/Eleven will streamline and improve the accuracy of its production, order management, and fulfillment operations.
The integrated Visual SFA.net (Salesforce Automation) module will help the company to propel its sales efforts with tools that enable teams to make visually-rich sales presentations with full product detail, check available inventory levels and customer order histories, manage invoices and automatically post new orders to the ERP system.
Visual 2000 is also providing Web Services solutions to make detailed product information held in the new system accessible to the JackOfAllTradesClothing.com consumer website.
“We are pleased to partner with such a fine company and team,” noted Alain Perez, Visual 2000 New Business Development Manager. “By advancing from spreadsheets and manual operations to a comprehensive fashion solution, Vision/Eleven is providing the support its teams need to operate efficiently and accelerate growth of the business.”
About Vision/Eleven Apparel Management Inc.
Vision/Eleven produces tees in local economies across the Americas and prints in Canada where the founder has been crafting screen printing to a perfect art form for the past 25 years. All products are made from durable, high quality fabrics with special vintage and distressed printing techniques to produce t-shirts that can be worn day after day for years to come.
About Visual 2000
Visual 2000 International Inc. develops and markets comprehensive software solutions for the apparel and other fashion-related industries.
The company’s flagship Visual End-2-End Solution combines Product Lifecycle Management (PLM), Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP), Supply Chain Management (SCM), Warehouse Management System (WMS), business intelligence (BI), sales force automation (SFA), customer relationship management (CRM), and E-Commerce (ECOM) capabilities in a single, integrated solution that enables retailers, brands, and manufacturers to gain visibility and control across the entire concept-to-consumer fashion lifecycle.
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