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Augusta Sportswear selects Logility Voyager Solutions
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Dec '08
Logility Inc announced that Augusta Sportswear, a team apparel manufacturer, has selected Logility Voyager Solutions to improve forecast accuracy, increase visibility into customer demand and manage inventory more effectively.

Augusta Sportswear has been a leading manufacturer in the team apparel industry for more that 30 years. The company's product line includes baseball and softball wear, basketball wear, soccer wear, track and field suits, football wear, sport shirts, spirit wear, athletic tops, athletic bottoms, athletic fleece, outerwear and warmups, denim shirts, and headwear, as well as bags, totes, and aprons. Augusta Sportswear has thousands of SKUs and sells its product line through specialty distribution channels including team uniform suppliers, custom decorators, and promotional product distributors.

"Augusta Sportswear serves a broad base of customers and it is important to continually provide them with the highest level of customer service possible," said David Frank, executive vice president sales and marketing, Augusta Sportswear. "We selected Logility Voyager Solutions to enable increased visibility into customer demand and to help us manage inventory more effectively across our global supply chain."

Logility has a proven history helping manufacturers in the apparel industry gain more visibility into customer demand to achieve measurable business improvements across the entire supply chain. By automating the process of predicting demand, Logility Voyager Solutions will enable Augusta Sportswear to increase forecast accuracy, optimize inventory levels, strengthen internal collaboration and drive more efficient sourcing and production. Logility will give Augusta Sportswear the ability to quickly generate and track forecasts for multiple business needs which will lead to shortened cycle times, and a reduction in redundant and obsolete inventory.

"The apparel industry requires a flexible, collaborative supply chain to meet a demanding customer base, reduce inventory risk, and ensure profitable growth," said Mike Edenfield, president and CEO, Logility. "Logility has a record of success helping apparel manufacturers achieve measurable improvements in these areas. We look forward to supporting Augusta Sportswear as they reinforce their commitment to customer service by building more effective demand and inventory planning processes with Logility Voyager Solutions."

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