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DeSL PLM gains highest rank yet awarded by WhichPLM
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Oct '09
DeSL is pleased to announce that the company's PLM software received the highest score yet recorded by WhichPLM, an independent PLM evaluation center that specializes in Product Lifecycle Management software for the AFA (Apparel Footwear and Accessories) Industry. WhichPLM has published the results of its thorough evaluation of DeSL web-based PLM software at its website.

WhichPLM employs a robust scoring process to evaluate commercially available PLM software for the AFA which contains more than 650 questions. WhichPLM rates applications on the Commercial, Functional, Technical, and Training/Support categories across a broad range of business processes that span from product conception to Market.

DeSL received an aggregate 81% score which currently ranks as the highest score yet awarded among leading software applications that have been reviewed by WhichPLM.

According to Colin Marks, managing Director of DeSL, “We are particularly proud of the highest level scores DeSL received in both Functional and Technical reviews. To date, we are the only company that has achieved a top tier rating in these key benchmarks.I credit our Microsoft web-based technology and robust feature set for this achievement “.

DeSL is a U.K. based Gold Certified Microsoft Partner delivering web based solutions to the Fashion & Consumer Goods sectors.

Bluewater Software provides best-in-class web-based solutions to the North American apparel, footwear and accessories(AFA) market. ASC is headed by Matt Brosious, an apparel industry supply chain veteran with more than 20 years experience.

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