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XpressCommerce tools enhance relationships
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Feb '08
ecVision, an award winning provider of product lifecycle and supply chain solutions, announced that its upcoming product release of XpressCommerce version 8.9.1 will contain enhancements to the system's supplier/retailer collaboration tool for discussions.

Software solutions offering true collaboration must take into account the entire retail model, from design to pricing to compliance to shipping to tracking, and beyond.

This level of collaboration is comprised of a vast network of trading partners who in turn collaborate with each other, delivering a system that allows everyone, but most importantly the retailer, to foster healthier relationships as they conduct business.

"Retailer/supplier relationships are critical to managing supply chain risk," said Thomas Ng, CEO of ecVision. "The collaboration tools in XpressCommerce help facilitate an environment where all parties can openly communicate about cost, product, and service issues.

The key to calming the rocky relationships between each group, with their own interests to protect, is technology."

ecVision XpressCommerce is a web-based solution that delivers the key functions of product lifecycle management (PLM) and supply chain execution (SCE) systems.

The Framework is the foundation for the XpressCommerce system and is comprised of a suite of sophisticated components, including the Discussion Tool that enables better supplier/retailer relationships. The Discussion Tool is a centralized repository for collaborative discussions within XpressCommerce.

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