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Design Studio of Amiee Lynn deploys Visual PLM.net
Nov '09
Amiee Lynn Inc. has selected Visual PLM.net to seamlessly integrate all departments into a collaboration work environment. The software of Visual 2000 International will provide all users with a single point of access and a common interface across the company's new product development efforts.

The Amiee Lynn team has put together an aggressive global sourcing initiative and will leverage Visual PLM.net collaboration platform as an integral part of its strategic sourcing plan and its global procurement strategy. Amiee Lynn will benefit from the economies of scale Visual PLM.net will provide through corporate-wide standardization.

Steven Spolansky, co-founder of Amiee Lynn Inc defined this aspect of global sourcing as: "proactively integrating and coordinating common items and materials, processes, designs, and suppliers across worldwide purchasing and operating locations".

Started in 1993 by Brothers Michael and Steven Spolansky, Amiee Lynn originated as a belt company and has experienced substantial growth through the addition of new divisions, scarves, hats, soft accessories, cold weather accessories, and jewelry. Amiee Lynn's most recent acquisition of Leg Apparel, a hosiery company, completes its extensive product line with leg wear.

Visual PLM.net is a best of breed, full featured Product Lifecycle Management software solution.

A multi Platform browser based client, Visual PLM.net, includes PDM, Merchandise Planning, Multi level Project Management, User and Role based Calendars, Automated internal and external Notification System, Field Based Workflow management, Formulas (Validations, Costing), PDM Interface Designer, Search Designer, Data Integration Manager and Dynamic Reporting Tool.

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