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Maestro Fashions rolls out WFX Web ERP On-Demand
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In order to communicate with its worldwide partners, Maestro Fashions has signed on to WFX Web ERP On-Demand. Investing in a business solution will allow them to continue producing quality garments more efficiently and with fewer errors in the production process.

WFX's time and action calendar insures designation of tasks with scheduled reminders and alerts, a fully web based approach to product development where all UK based design teams can communicate design changes with the manufacturer, and daily, weekly, monthly reports to assess the improvement in efficiency among other features.

"We are very conscious of maintaining quality and fit of our garments as we expand and produce more. After evaluating many solution providers, we found WFX provides the most functional and easy to use tools." Rajesh Sinha, Maestro Engineering.

WFX is the leader in On-Demand Product Development Software - for the Fashion and Apparel Industry. Low cost subscription based pricing plans and fanatical support ensures customers get the quickest return on their investment.

Delhi based Maestro Fashions ( Maestro Engg. Pvt. Ltd.) is the manufacturing partner of one of the UK's most influential designer labels; Maharishi. Founded by creative director Hardy Blechman, Maharishi carries a strong ethos of respect for nature while utilising the latest technology.

Maestro Fashions and Maharishi offer men's, women's and children's collections available from exclusive fashion retailers worldwide. They place importance on excellent quality, perfect fit and original design and have had their designs worn by Kanye West along with other big stars. The company continues to develop and expand with a positive attitude, open mind and unique approach, firmly positioning it as one of the most influential and progressive international brands around.

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