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CGS to demonstrate BlueCherry Infinity in New York
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Nov '10
Computer Generated Solutions Inc. (CGS) will showcase its industry-leading BlueCherry Infinity enterprise software for fashion and soft goods companies at this week's Apparel Tech Conference 2010 in New York City.

To highlight the unmatched business value of the fully-integrated concept-to-consumer business system, CGS will feature its advanced enterprise resource planning (ERP), product lifecycle management (PLM), supply chain management (SCM), advanced warehouse management (AWS) and business intelligence (BI) software tools. The Tech Conference event runs November 10-11 at the Fashion Institute of Technology.

According to Applications Solutions Group President Paul Magel, "We are pleased to once again sponsor this important industry event. As fashion companies work to meet the mandates for greater innovation, faster process times, and cost reductions, many are re-embracing the benefits of industry-tailored software. The Tech Conference gives apparel, footwear and accessories manufacturers, wholesalers, importers and retailers a unique opportunity to engage with other customers, analysts and industry professionals on a broad range of business topics."

During the event, CGS will showcase its cutting-edge BlueCherry Infinity solution. Built on the latest Microsoft technologies, including .NET, SQL Server, Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF) and Silverlight, this innovative solution delivers deep industry functionality with a rich windows-like user interface for increased productivity and user acceptance. BlueCherry Infinity is available in both traditional on-premise and hosted software-as-a-service (SaaS) platform options. Company executives and representatives will be on-hand to deliver a hands-on demo and answer any questions.

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