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Mexican apparel firm selects Visual Next software suites
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Feb '18
Courtesy: Visual Next
Courtesy: Visual Next
Visual Next, a provider of End2End software solutions for the fashion, retail, footwear, and accessories industry, has announced that it has been selected by Mexican women’s apparel, footwear, and accessories brand, Ivonne S.A. de C.V., to implement their suite of fashion business software solutions. More than 500 companies use Visual Next’s solutions.

Sam Edery, international business development, Visual Next said, “We are pleased to work with such a flourishing brand. We are confident that Visual Next’s array of software, including our PLM and ERP suite, will greatly benefit Ivonne S.A. de C.V. by coordinating and streamlining their processes across manufacturing facilities, warehouses, and retail locations.”

Presently, the Ivonne brand is sold in over 50 locations, including flagship stores, outlets, and department stores. Rather than manufacturing in Asia, the brand keeps manufacturing at home in Mexico and in South America, while opting to source and import fabric and materials from France, Spain, Germany, and Italy. In order to manage design, sourcing, production, and sales, Ivonne S.A. de C.V. will utilise Visual Next’s PLM, ERP, WMS, SFA, and POS suite of software. (GK)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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