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Affliction Clothing selects Inovis to manage supply chain communications
08
Jul '09
Inovis announced that Affliction Clothing, the hottest clothing line for rock bands and celebrities, has selected the company to standardize its supply chain communications with its network of suppliers and retailers.

Affliction needed a reliable platform for its business-to-business (B2B) communications to better serve its retailer customers. By using Inovis, Affliction will be able to exchange business information electronically with all of their trading partners, compress their order-to-cash cycles and get products to customers faster.

Key Facts:
• Affliction is using two services of the Inovis platform.
• The Inovis Value Added Network (VAN) enables Affliction to reliably exchange purchase orders, advance shipment notices (ASN), invoices and other electronic data interchange (EDI) transactions with trading partners.
• The Inovis Catalogue is a hosted service that enables Affliction to exchange product information with retailers, ensuring always-accurate content is available in online stores, Affliction flagship stores and retailers like Nordstrom.
• Inovis Catalogue is the largest data sync platform in retail, hosting 130 million items for 5,500 suppliers and retailers, including Macys and Dillards.

Quotes:
“We're a young, fast growing brand,” said Scott Hampshire, CIO at Affliction. “We needed a painless, scalable solution that we could bring in-house to stay connected to our retail customers and suppliers and integrate smoothly with our ERP. Inovis provides that for us.”

“These days, companies want to focus on what they do best and offload the rest to save costs,” said Steve Cochran, chief marketing officer, Inovis. “Inovis will free Affliction from the need to manage the daily headaches in the supply chain.”

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