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Dynasty Apparel to implement NGC's fashion ERP solution
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Feb '15
Dynasty Apparel, a manufacturer of licensed fashion apparel for some of the world’s most iconic brands, has selected NGC’s fashion Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) system to manage its growing apparel manufacturing business.

NGC’s fashion ERP software is a fully featured ERP solution that is tailored to the needs of the apparel industry. NGC’s ERP is expected to enable Dynasty Apparel to manage all aspects of its business, with features that include Electronic Data Interchange (EDI), customer order processing, purchasing, production orders, inventory control, distribution, accounting and reporting. The system will help Dynasty Apparel streamline its workflows, reduce costs and improve profitability, increase inventory turns, and continue to deliver a high level of customer service, NGC said in a statement.

Mark Burstein, president of sales, marketing and R&D, NGC said, “NGC has known Dynasty Apparel for many years, and the company’s hard work has paid off with outstanding success in licensed apparel. We are looking forward to working with Dynasty Apparel as they continue to develop and produce creative apparel.”

NGC Software is a leading provider of Product Lifecycle Management (PLM), supply chain management, fashion 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.

Dynasty Apparel creates innovative designs and apparel for clients such as Major League Baseball, PepsiCo, Ford, General Motors, and many more. (GK)

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