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Mercury Home Textile selects Manhattan Associates' WMS
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May '18
Courtesy: Manhattan Associates
Courtesy: Manhattan Associates
Mercury Home Textile, a leader in China’s modern home textile sector, has selected Manhattan Associates’ Warehouse Management Solution (WMS) to optimise order fulfilment across its global, multi-channel retail operation and to help its transition to an omni-channel business model. Manhattan Associates is a leader in supply chain and omni-channel commerce.

Mercury Home Textile selected Manhattan based on the company’s track record of working with many of the world’s leading brands, its omni-channel commerce vision and the ability of its solutions to drive margin enhancement. Manhattan’s solutions will replace Mercury Home Textile’s legacy supply chain technologies and will fully integrate with the company’s other enterprise systems.

Meng Yuanyuan, CIO at Mercury Home Textile, said, “The Manhattan solution will provide us with a common, scalable platform to underpin our domestic and international growth as we transition to an omni-channel model. It will improve visibility of inventory and data, increase product availability and drive operational efficiency improvements across our global supply network. With a more flexible fulfilment approach and improved service levels, we will be able to drive customer loyalty, revenue, and profitability.”

Stone Chen, general manager of Manhattan Associates, Greater China said, “Our platform will create exceptional value for Mercury Home Textile. As its footprint expands, Mercury Home Textile can be confident in its ability to organise and optimise operations, speed the flow of goods." (GK)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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