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Clothworks Textiles choose Microsoft Dynamics NAV 5.0
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Mar '08
Microsoft Corp announced that Clothworks Textiles, a Seattle-based manufacturer of quilting fabric, has selected Microsoft Dynamics NAV to serve as the technology foundation for its business.

A designer and distributor of fabric to independent stores around the world, including 3,000 shops in the United States, Clothworks chose Microsoft Dynamics NAV 5.0 over an upgrade of its previous software because the Microsoft product best fit its fashion-oriented business needs.

Microsoft Dynamics NAV is an enterprise resource planning solution that allows small and midsize businesses to automate, integrate and better manage finances, e-commerce, manufacturing, supply chains, accounting, field service, customer relationships and human resources.

Clothworks Textiles and Microsoft Gold Certified Partner MicroAccounting Systems Inc (MASI) of Bellevue, Wash., integrated the Pebblestone Fashion software into Microsoft Dynamics NAV, enabling Clothworks to gain exceptional business intelligence and analysis of sales for each fabric design, brand, color and season.

In its second phase of implementation, the technology will allow Clothworks for the first time to sell fabric directly to its wholesale customers through e-commerce.

Previously Clothworks was using outdated DOS-based software from Sage Software that provided no easy access to information and no analysis ability.

"With our old DOS-based software, all our internal processes were managed with paper," said Clothworks Textiles President and CEO Ted Hoffman. "Now we will eliminate all the paper and run our business on the software.

Microsoft Dynamics NAV and Pebblestone Fashion will enable us to keep everyone in sync as to where we are for every piece of the process, from design conception to customer service."

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