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Hartmarx selects NGC e-PLM for shop floor control
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Mar '08
NGC (New Generation Computing) announced that Hart Schaffner & Marx, a subsidiary of Hartmarx Corporation, a provider of upscale business, casual and golf apparel, is implementing NGC's e-PLM for Product Lifecycle Management and TPM (The Production Manager) for shop floor control.

The company's selection of NGC software is a key part of Hartmarx's strategy to become a more agile, nimble organization and an even stronger partner with its retail customers.

"Hart Schaffner & Marx is focused on helping our retailers bring increased value to their consumers and differentiate themselves in a very tough business climate," said Shouvik Dutta, Vice President of Information Technology, Hart Schaffner & Marx. "In order to achieve this, we are implementing more flexible, cost-effective and efficient business and IT processes to give us increased visibility and control of the product lifecycle."

Hartmarx sought a vendor who could provide a best-in-class, apparel-specific PLM solution, as well as shop floor control software for the company's U.S. factories. NGC's e-PLM and TPM provided the out-of-the-box functionality and flexibility that Hartmarx required.

"We wanted a PLM solution that would transform the product lifecycle and integrate to our enterprise ERP system," Dutta explained. "At the same time, we needed to gain much tighter control of the factory floor. With NGC, we can do both, enabling us to bring products to market in a much more timely and cost-effective manner."


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