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Lawson M3 to drive growth of Bijoux Terner, costume jewelry seller
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May '08
Lawson Software announced that Bijoux Terner licensed multiple Lawson M3 applications, including Lawson Business Intelligence, Assortment Replenishment Planner and Demand Planner. Bijoux Terner will use the applications to help reduce operational costs by automating many store inventory and replenishment processes.

The contract was signed during Lawson's third quarter of fiscal 2008, which ended Feb. 29, 2008. Lawson Professional Services will provide implementation services for the system rollout.

Based in Miami, Fla., Bijoux Terner designs and sells affordable high-end costume jewelry. Bijoux Terner operates 400 luxury boutiques in 60 countries on six continents, specializing in both men's and women's fashion accessories.

"We wanted a proven, fashion-centric business system that would help us simplify inventory management and reduce supply chain costs," said Roger Betancourt, chief information officer, Bijoux Terner. "We chose Lawson based on its comprehensive business intelligence capabilities, industry expertise and rapid deployment model. No other vendor offered all three."

The Lawson applications will replace Bijoux Terner's legacy business system, which could no longer support the company's growth. Specifically, Bijoux Terner will use the Lawson system to help achieve its operational growth goals with little change to its administrative staff due to improved supply chain efficiency.

The Lawson Assortment Replenishment Planner and Demand Planner applications will help the company more accurately forecast product demand at each point-of-sale and streamline replenishment to help minimize inventory costs.

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