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Xe-ERP2 module to power Capture brand
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Sep '08
New on-line women's fashion retailer Capture has chosen industry specialist IT vendor XeBusiness to provide the web fulfilment, inventory management and global sourcing systems that will power their soon to be launched B2C on-line sales venture.

XeBusiness will supply these modules from its industry specialist ERP system, Xe-ERP2 together with a range of implementation services to get the new venture off the ground.

Commenting on the award of this contract to XeBusiness, Samesh Kumar, CEO of Capture said:

“We liked the XeBusiness approach to what we wanted. They proposed in a simple and cost effective way exactly what we required without trying to blind us with 'bells and whistles' functionality that we will not require in the initial stages of this venture, while convincing us that their product had the scalability to grow as the venture took off.”

Responding, David Cullis, MD of XeBusiness said:
“Selling off the web continues to be an attractive proposition for innovative, new brand fashion retailers like Capture. However, having an effective and responsive sales fulfilment and stock management system behind the web shop front, is essential to optimise product availability and ensure fast and accurate order despatch to complete a satisfying on-line shopping experience. This is where Xe- ERP2 comes in to provide the order fulfilment 'engine' behind shopping on-line.”

London based Capture will provide multiple categories of 'hot' women's fashion categories that will include dresses, tops, knitwear, trousers/shorts/skirts including denim, a Jeans/Denim web shop, jackets and coats.

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