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Jerry Leigh implements NGC e-SPS sourcing platform
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Sep '08
NGC (New Generation Computing) announced that Jerry Leigh, a multi-faceted apparel company that develops licensed products for the nation's top retailers, has selected NGC's e-SPS software for global sourcing and visibility across all of its divisions.

Jerry Leigh will use e-SPS to control all facets of production for thousands of licensed products in fashion, apparel and accessories. The solution is being rolled out to all four Jerry Leigh divisions – Kids, Adults, Resort and Premium – for P.O. management, production tracking, quality, and inbound tracking and visibility.

“Jerry Leigh designs and develops merchandise for many of the world's most recognized brands and retailers, and quality and timing are critical to our success,” said Jeff Silver, vice president and CFO, Jerry Leigh.

“When our customers are developing new brand concepts and promotion, we have to be able to turn licensed products very quickly at our manufacturing operations in Asia and Central America. Jerry Leigh needed a solution to help us streamline production and improve communications with customers and trading partners around the world. e-SPS was the right answer for us.”

Key benefits of NGC's solution for Jerry Leigh include:

• Streamlined communications through web-based updates. e-SPS provides Jerry Leigh with a single, web-based platform that allows the company to instantly exchange and update information with supply chain partners around the world. All communications are tied to specific styles or purchase orders, greatly enhancing collaboration. Centralized data ensures that everyone views “a single version of the truth” throughout the supply chain at all times.

• Faster speed to market. e-SPS makes extensive use of role-based calendars, exception management and executive dashboards. The system automatically generates triggers and alerts based on user-defined events, helping to ensure that critical deadlines are met and production problems are quickly resolved. “e-SPS will be invaluable for ensuring that Jerry Leigh continues to meet the increasing demand for rapid turnaround and faster time to market,” said Silver.

• Improved product quality. e-SPS includes an integrated quality module that will help Jerry Leigh monitor quality at its remote manufacturing facilities, ensuring the highest level of quality for the company's licensed brands.

• Enhanced customer service. Jerry Leigh has built its business on superior customer service to its brand and retail partners, and e-SPS will allow Jerry Leigh to further enhance its customer service. e-SPS will also enable Jerry Leigh to continue its rapid growth by enabling the company to more easily handle the demands of new licensed brands.

“Jerry Leigh is one of the most established, successful licensed brand manufacturers in the world, and NGC is pleased that the company selected e-SPS as its global sourcing platform," said Alan Brooks, president, NGC. “We are working closely with Jerry Leigh on the implementation, and we look forward to developing a highly successful long-term partnership.”

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