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Visual 2000 End-2-End solutions support SRG Apparel
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Apr '11
Visual 2000 International Inc announces that UK fashion menswear company SRG Apparel PLC has selected Visual IIS ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) and Visual PLM.net Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) software solutions for use at its Manchester headquarters. The new Visual 2000 End-2-End solutions will replace existing business software systems to provide an updated technology platform that will more effectively support the company's continued growth.

According to SRG Apparel Director Mahesh Patel, “After careful consideration we chose Visual 2000 because they can provide and support us with a genuine end-to-end fashion solution. They uniquely demonstrated the flexibility and user friendliness that we were looking for in our new system. We also appreciate the fact that their system interfaces perfectly with the Adobe Illustrator software that we already have in place.”

When fully implemented later this year, the new system will be used by more than 200 SRG design, product development, production, supply chain management, and business partner team members.

“We are pleased with the opportunity to work with SRG Apparel”, stated Tony Walker, European Sales Director for Visual 2000. “We applaud their commitment to supporting their teams with an advanced business solution that will seamlessly integrate key areas of their business. We look forward to helping them achieve the process and efficiency improvements needed to support current and future growth.”

Established in 1999, SRG Apparel PLC has evolved into one of the largest specialist menswear suppliers both to the UK and Europe with brands such as Dissident, Tokyo Laundry, Saint & Sinner, and Cutting Edge. Originating from a knitwear house, the company's roots are firmly based in production.

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