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Lord Daniel Sportswear selects NGC's fashion ERP solution
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Jan '15
Lord Daniel Sportswear, Florida-based apparel firm, has selected NGC Software’s extended fashion Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) solution, to manage its growing specialty apparel business.

Lord Daniel Sportswear will be able to benefit from the many features of NGC’s ERP, including flexible reporting, easy data drill-down, improved order entry, and much more. NGC’s ERP includes key business functions such as customer order processing, Electronic Data Interchange (EDI), purchasing, and inventory control for finished goods and components, screen printing and embroidery, as well as core business processes such as accounting and invoicing, NGC said in a statement.

NGC’s fashion ERP will provide Lord Daniel Sportswear with the right platform to improve efficiency and drive continued growth.

Mark Burstein, president of sales, marketing and R&D, NGC Software said, “Lord Daniel Sportswear has been a fixture in the Florida apparel industry for many years, and they continue to look to the future after celebrating their 60th anniversary. We are pleased to deliver solutions that will help take Lord Daniel to the next level as they continue to grow.”

Using a PLM software, a fashion designer can work on a garment’s specifications exclusively. It helps a manufacturer to quickly and easily view a product’s details, the latest version, last modified details and helps overcome manufacturing errors, when a manufacturer handles hundreds of garments at a time, all at different levels of developmental stages.

NGC Software is a leading provider of PLM, SCM, ERP, and Shop Floor Control software and services for brands, retailers and consumer products companies. NGC solutions help increase profitability, reduce costs, improve speed to market and product quality, and manage compliance and testing. (GK)

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