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RedHorse ERP helps streamline complexities of apparel business
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Jun '08
NGC (New Generation Computing) announced the integration of its RedHorse apparel ERP software to the Demand Solutions planning suite from St. Louis-based Demand Management Inc (DMI).

RedHorse is a comprehensive, apparel-specific ERP system that allows companies to easily view real-time business data and monitor Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) such as sales, profits, inventory, accounts receivable, accounts payable, and other critical business functions.

The Demand Solutions planning suite encompasses the full spectrum of supply chain management, including sales and operations planning, forecasting, collaboration, inventory management, manufacturing planning and retail planning.

The integration adds significant new functionality that can increase sales and profits for the companies' mutual customers. Inventory, production and sales information from RedHorse can be easily accessed by the Demand Solutions software, resulting in:

• Reduced inventory levels – by placing orders based on accurate, real-time information on current inventory levels, sales, and open purchase orders.
• Improved order fulfillment – by precisely matching supply chain production to demand.

“With Demand Solutions' success in the apparel industry, there is a natural fit to the RedHorse system,” said Bill Harrison, President of Demand Management, Inc. “Our planning engine and the RedHorse ERP for apparel provide an end-to-end system for apparel companies that want to reduce costs and increase their customer satisfaction, while streamlining the complexities of the fashion business.”

“This integration helps NGC deliver increasing value to our customers and builds on the tremendous synergy that exists between NGC's and DMI's customers. It also enables our mutual customers to leverage the strengths of the entire American Software family of companies,” said Alan Brooks, President, NGC.

Demand Management is a wholly owned subsidiary of Logility Inc, which is a majority owned subsidiary of American Software. NGC is a wholly owned subsidiary of American Software Inc.

Demand Management Inc (DMI) is a global resource for software, support, services and training for maximizing profits in manufacturing, distribution and retail operations.

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