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Alpha Design Group selects Visual Next's fashion software

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Jun '19
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Visual Next, the leading provider of world-class end2end software solutions for the fashion and uniform industries, has announced a new partnership with California-based JB Britches / Alpha Design Group (ADG). JB Britches / ADG will utilise Visual Next’s PLM, ERP, WMS, SFA, and POS suite of software to manage design, sourcing, production, and sales.

“One of the main challenges with the growth of our business has been organising all the moving parts of design, production, and shipping into a flow with operational efficiency. We are looking forward to using a robust fully integrated system like Visual Next to take us into the future and support our business growth for decades to come,” Ara Bedrosian, CEO JB Britches / ADG said in a Visual Next press release.

“We look forward to working with the highly experienced team at JB Britches to help fulfil their long term and strategic goals. Visual Next’s product offering will manage the critical needs of JB Britches’ business model helping them propel their business further,” Terri Ghio, vice president and chief rainmaker at Visual Next said.

“We will be aggressively pursuing new business. We are looking to acquire new brands, either by license or ownership. We have ownership stakes in factories in Italy and Mexico and we’re looking at new opportunities in the US as an investment. After substantial research, we decided that Visual Next had the best completely integrated package from design, to inventory management and shipping capabilities along with the B2B and B2C options made it stand out.” Ara Bedrosian added. (GK)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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