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New licensing options brings ApparelGMS within everyone's budget
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Jul '09
ApparelGMS is pleased to announce that we can now offer a new range of financial licensing options to purchase ApparelGMS as a complete package deal with low entry deposit costs and monthly payments spread from 12 months up to five years.

In response to market pressures, and in a direct effort to remedy an undelivered promise from government to help small to medium businesses. We are pleased to announce this range of new options that will help companies both large and small to buy ApparelGMS with less risk and at less overall cost.

Traditionally we have sold our software systems with full payment being made once installation is complete, either with payment directly to us or through a leasing company arrangement. More recently however, for a few selected clients we have offered the option to pay a deposit with the balance over three or six months.

This option has proved very popular and has allowed these companies to spread their payments and risk over a longer period. In addition, of course, it has helped them to ease their cash flow and given them more time to balance this outgoing cost against the financial benefits and savings they gain from using ApparelGMS.

This new initiative now brings ApparelGMS within everyone's budget and cash flow limits.

ApparelGMS is a garment management system specially developed to meet the needs of Importers, Wholesalers, Resellers and Retailers across the full spectrum of the clothing and garment distribution industry.

First launched in 1998, ApparelGMS has been designed and developed from the ground up as a true Windows client server product. Based on the Microsoft SQL database engine, Apparel offers enormous capability to meet the demands of any size of company.

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