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CGS launches BlueCherry Next supply chain platform

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Sep '20
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CGS has announced the launch of BlueCherry Next, a digital-first supply chain platform for consumer goods companies. Designed to enable intuitive, future-proof business applications for retailers, wholesalers, and manufacturers, the omni-channel platform will allow companies to accelerate digital transformation at a speed unmatched anywhere else.

The COVID-19 pandemic has created enormous pressure for retailers, wholesalers and manufacturers to reach the end consumer faster. In fact, a McKinsey report found that 93 percent of supply chain executives plan to take steps to make their supply chains more resilient by improving agility, transparency and near-shoring operations. Recognising this global need for enhanced productivity and digital transformation, CGS accelerated the development of its BlueCherry Next platform, the company said in a press release.

BlueCherry Next is a no-code platform for digital-native retailers and brands. It is designed to be modular and highly configurable adaptable to industry-specific workflows. The benefits include technology-agnostic: Work anywhere, on any device, without the need to download software or apps; agile: offers deployment options via cloud, SaaS, hybrid or on-premises; connected supply chain: delivers such platform partners as BigCommerce, Browzwear, 3D Look, Threekit, mymushin, and Vizoo, among others.

BlueCherry Next PLM, which is the first solution available on the BlueCherry Next platform, is a product lifecycle management solution designed to meet the needs of today’s consumer brands, retailers and manufacturers. Benefits include global collaborative platform that connects designers and merchandisers with third-party suppliers.

It give access to 3D rendering of designs and materials to reduce speed to market, allowing companies to replace physical prototypes with 3D samples. BlueCherry Next is the only platform that incorporates 3D renderings from product design to B2B and B2C channels seamlessly. It has the ability to create mood boards and storyboards pre-concept, and involve buyers and consumers for validation and input before mass production. It provides full access to the extended BlueCherry suite of supply chain solutions or third-party tools with open API integrations.

“Our BlueCherry Next PLM solution is enabling a true concept-to-consumer lifecycle, helping brands to be successful even during times of crisis and heightened activity. Our open approach, coupled with partnerships from industry leaders, will provide the BlueCherry community with the ability to excel now and in the future,” Charles Benoualid, vice president, research and development, CGS said.

“As today’s consumer goods companies continue to be tested by the pandemic and the economic fallout, it has become abundantly clear that companies need to minimise disruptions and are seeking technology to seamlessly move products from concept to digital storefronts. While the volatility and complexity of the supply chain extends beyond the current situation, our BlueCherry solutions help companies be more productive, efficient and, most importantly, scale for tomorrow’s challenges,” Paul Magel, president, business applications division, CGS said.

Fibre2Fashion News Desk (GK)


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