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TXT Retail unveils new supply chain collaboration software
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TXT Retail, a specialist provider of integrated and collaborative end-to-end solutions for the fashion, luxury and consumer sectors, has launched a new release of its Supply Chain Collaboration software named ‘TXTChain 6.0’, on Microsoft Azure.

A flagship product for TXT, covering all aspects of production, inventory and logistics collaboration between a company and its global partners, TXTChain currently connects over 2500 organizations worldwide: leading fashion brands and retailers with their suppliers, carriers, logistics service providers. The new 6.0 version has been replatformed using HTML5 and completely redesigned in collaboration with Microsoft Corp, TXT Retail said in a statement.

Capitalizing on the modern style of the Microsoft user interface (UI), the new 6.0 version UI is more interactive, allowing users to easily apply filters, select, change, order or hide columns according to tasks. Intuitive dashboard indicators use process highlighting for critical situations, and with a simple touch, users can open and navigate to the details, gain all insights, and take the appropriate corrective actions.

The solution design is optimized for mobile usage and is responsive to any online device, with the use of the HTML5 technology. This enhances the ability for users to better manage their deliveries, monitor the status of their transportation or shipping orders, regardless of where they are, or which device they are using.

Simone Pozzi, EVP managing director at TXT Retail said, “TXTChain supports extensive collaboration between geographically scattered organisations of all sizes, from large multinational fashion brands, to their small specialised suppliers in the Far East. The ability to physically distribute the application and to allow easy global access and visibility positively impacts the responsiveness and quality of the end-to-end process. Reduced operating costs and scalability are among the benefits of using Microsoft Azure.”

Brendan O’Meara, managing director, worldwide retail and consumer goods at Microsoft said, “The modern, globally connected supply chain demands real-time solutions that leverage the power and ubiquity of the cloud. Microsoft is pleased that TXT Retail has chosen Azure as the platform providing its next-generation TXTChain 6.0 solution.” (GK)

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