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itSuitsFashion to support Van Zon Fashion
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Jun '09
Van Zon Fashion, the organization behind the well known casual wear and accessories brand Petrol Industries, is going to work with itSuitsFashion. With this software solution, based on Microsoft Dynamics NAV, numerous important issues will be resolved which will help Van Zon Fashion to support their current and future growth.

Van Zon Fashion could no longer work with their old system. “It was too complicated, which made that our employees started using Excel more and more often, just to avoid working with the system.”, says the CFO of Van Zon Fashion. “We keep on growing and it is a necessity to control and support our future growth, by efficiently working within one software solution. This way our employees can benefit from clear and reliable management information, as a result of which we can make well founded decisions, based on facts and figures, to manage our organization.

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“Also in the fashion industry, the success of the organization is directly linked to the success of the individual employee”, says Tim Wolff, Manager Marketing & Strategy of Microsoft. “The big advantage of Microsoft Dynamics NAV and itSuitsFashion is that it is a software solution which works the way one is already used to, like Outlook and Office. It provides fashion companies specialized software for their industry, with easy access to their information, integration with other applications and many reporting tools, which highly empowers the company. At Van Zon Fashion the employees are now enabled to efficiently contribute to the success of the organization.”

Van Zon Fashion is supplier of belts and accessories for men, women and children. Besides that, they have the casual brand Petrol Industries with jeans and casual basics and they have own stores. Despite bad economic times, the company stills has a steady growth.

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