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PEDS Legwear implement's NGC's fashion PLM software
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Mar '15
PEDS Legwear, one of the world’s leading and fastest-growing suppliers of hosiery and socks, has chosen the fashion PLM platform by NGC software, a leading provider of PLM, SCM, ERP, and Shop Floor Control software and services for brands, retailers and consumer products companies.

NGC’s PLM is a flexible, collaborative platform that can be deployed as a stand-alone product development solution or an integrated application within an enterprise. Key functions of NGC’s PLM include line planning, tech packs, digital asset management, material development, sampling, costing, and testing and compliance. Features such as workflow calendars, global collaboration and exception dashboards further streamline productivity, according to a press release.

Mark Burstein, president of sales, marketing and product development, NGC said, “NGC is excited to play a part in PEDS Legwear’s expansion and help the company realize new levels of productivity, quality and customer support. We look forward to working with PEDS Legwear to bring all the benefits of our fashion PLM software to their organization.”

Michael Penner, CEO, PEDS Legwear said, “This has been a period of growth and expansion for PEDS. We are confident that implementing NGC’s fashion PLM platform will bring new efficiency and productivity as we continue to grow our presence in the United States in particular.”

PEDS Legwear’s brands include the popular Peds, Medi-Peds, GrowingSock, and Endur lines, among others; the company’s licenses include such household names as Dickies, Disney, Marvel, Walls, and Goldbug.

NGC solutions help increase profitability, reduce costs, improve speed to market and product quality, and manage compliance and testing. (GK)

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