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Headwear maker BioWorld selects NGC e-PLM & e-SPS software
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Mar '08
NGC (New Generation Computing) announced that BioWorld Merchandising, a manufacturer of licensed and private-label headwear and accessories, has selected NGC's e-PLM and e-SPS™ software for Product Lifecycle Management and Global Sourcing.

Together, e-PLM and e-SPS will provide a seamless, end-to-end solution to help BioWorld manage product design and sourcing for hundreds of licensed brands in music, entertainment and beverages, as well as its own private-label business.

"For each of our licensed styles, we must manage two processes in parallel - our own product development, as well as providing designs and samples to our licensees for approvals or revisions," said Raj Malik, president, BioWorld.

"When you apply this process to hundreds of licensees - each with its own design requirements and multiple SKUs - plus our own private label brands, it's a very complex business model," he continued. "Time is of the essence. We built our business on being able to quickly turn licensed products from China, usually within 60 days. Our customers have become accustomed to this fast turnaround and now expect it."

With the rapid growth of its business and an increasing demand for fast turnaround, BioWorld sought a new solution to replace its manual processes, improve speed to market, and provide real-time visibility throughout the product lifecycle, from design to approvals, sourcing and delivery. BioWorld selected e-PLM and e-SPS as its enterpriseplatform for PLM and global sourcing after evaluating solutions from other leading software vendors.


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