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Dutch LLC to deploy NGC's fashion & SCM PLM solution
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Jun '15
Dutch LLC, a global, multi-brand designer of premium contemporary apparel, is implementing NGC’s Extended Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) software, which combines fashion PLM and Supply Chain Management (SCM) into a single seamless solution.

NGC’s Extended PLM is expected to help Dutch LLC orchestrate all information, processes, systems, departments and geographies within its global fashion operations. NGC’s solution will provide all of Dutch LLC’s brands with an end-to-end solution, from initial product development and line planning to global sourcing, production management and inbound visibility. Features such as workflow calendars, global collaboration and exception dashboards will help further streamline productivity, the company informs in a press release.

Mark Burstein, president of sales, marketing, and product development, NGC said, “Dutch LLC has an exceptional collection of contemporary, popular fashion brands, and NGC is excited to work with them. Our Extended PLM can be a strategic platform to help Dutch LLC continue its rapid growth and expansion.”

Based in Los Angeles, Dutch LLC is a preeminent designer and distributor of premium contemporary apparel under the labels JOIE, Equipment, and Current/Elliott. The company’s products are available in premium department stores and specialty shops in more than 2,000 locations across 75 countries, as well as in six company-owned boutiques and the company’s own websites.

NGC Software is a leading provider of PLM, SCM, ERP, and Shop Floor Control software and services for brands, retailers, and consumer products companies. (GK)

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