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Avery Dennison uses Newgen software for business solutions
Feb '18
Courtesy: Avery Dennison
Courtesy: Avery Dennison
Avery Dennison, a leading manufacturer of pressure-sensitive and functional materials and labelling solutions for the apparel market headquartered in the US, has selected IT solutions by Newgen Software, a global provider of IT solutions, as a standard global platform for the launch of several types of business applications in multiple geographies.

Mark Fedele, global senior director applications development at Avery Dennison said, “Newgen’s BPM suite will act as an enabler in helping our employees gain better control of mission critical information and our organisation to introduce global standardisation across multiple platforms. When the BPM is coupled with electronic content management, it will enable key stakeholders to increase their productivity, improve real-time customer communication, and decision-making.”

Anand Raman, VP- sales and marketing, Newgen Software Inc. said, “Newgen is delighted to confirm that Avery Dennison has selected Newgen’s integrated ECM and BPM suites for automation of their key processes across different departments and branches globally. Newgen has been cited as a ‘Leader’ in The Forrester Wave: Digital Process Automation Software, Q3 2017 and Newgen’s solutions will help accelerate Avery Dennison’s growth, enhance customer experience, improve business agility, and ensure continuous process improvement.” (GK)

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