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Apparel maker K.Mohan selects WFX Cloud ERP
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Nov '13
K.Mohan and Co is one of the leading apparel manufacturers in India with factories across 6 locations and a 40-year history in manufacturing for the world's leading fashion brands like GAP, Marks and Spencer, All Saints, Polo Ralph Lauren amongst others.

K.Mohan employs over 8,000 people and produces 650,000 units a month. K.Mohan and Co has been using a combination of legacy software a disparate off-the-shelf systems"

"We wanted to modernize our legacy ERP software for some time but the global products we evaluated suitable for large businesses like ours are outdated and too complex for today's workforce. We were really impressed with the Internet-based interface and fashion-industry functionality of WFX's Cloud ERP & PLM.

“We selected WFX because it's exactly the kind of modern technology we know will enable us to build a robust, systems-driven operation for the next phase of our company's growth" Angie Mahtaney (CEO K.Mohan & Co)

"This is a huge win for WFX as it demonstrates a big shift taking place where large enterprise-level fashion businesses are looking at the Cloud and web-based software to improve their operations.

"WFX is the market leader in Cloud as well as a speicialist to the fashion industry so WFX was a natural choice for K.Mohan. We are excited to work with Angie and her team to help them achieve their business goals in today's new world." Jatin Paul (CEO, WFX)

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