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JustEnough to serve on two AAFA technology committees
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Jan '09
JustEnough Software Corporation announced that the company will serve on the Supply Chain Leadership and Information System committees of the American Apparel & Footwear Association (AAFA).

After joining AAFA in December 2008 as a supplier, JustEnough wanted to further support the association's mission to “promote and seek to enhance members companies' competitiveness, productivity and profitability in the global marketplace.”

JustEnough CEO and President Malcolm Buxton will participate in the Information Systems Committee (ISC) while VP of Sales Todd Kolber will represent the company on the Supply Chain Leadership Committee (SCLC).

The Information Systems Committee assists apparel and footwear suppliers and retailers in “understanding, developing and implementing the systems necessary to effectively manage and operate a global supply chain enterprise,” according to AAFA.

The Supply Chain Leadership Committee is one of AAFA's fastest growing committees, meeting to “discuss issues related to product procurement (FG & RM) in today's complex sourcing environment.” “We chose these two committees not only to offer our insight but to really give us an opportunity to learn from the AAFA community about the challenges they encounter in these two areas,” said Malcolm Buxton, CEO and President of JustEnough.

“We can then bring these types of conversations back to our table so that we provide the right products that are relevant to the apparel and footwear industries.” Both committees will convene in the spring, coinciding with the Material World Miami Beach exhibition and conference.

Founded in 1994, JustEnough is a global leader in demand-based Merchandise & Assortment Planning solutions, servicing more than 200 of the world's leading brands such as Levi Strauss, Chanel, Hang Ten, Ackermans Baby and Strandbags. Available behind a firewall or through a Software-as-a-Service subscription, JustEnough helps apparel companies of every size forecast customer demand; build merchandise assortments; plan inventory, sales and operations; and execute on those plans.

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