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Michael Gerald deploys Visionet's HauteLogic IT system

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Sep '18
Courtesy: Business wire
Courtesy: Business wire
Visionet Systems, a full-service technology consulting and business process outsourcing company, has deployed HauteLogic, its flagship supply chain management suite, for Michael Gerald Limited (MGL). MGL is a US-based casual lifestyle apparel company known for its popular apparel brands including Retrofit, Xtreme Gear, Method, Commerce, and Trash Nouveau.

Built on the Microsoft Dynamics 365 Finance and Operations ERP platform, powered by Microsoft Azure Cloud, Visionet’s HauteLogic apparel industry solution will digitise and streamline MGL’s internal and partner-facing business processes, laying the foundation for long-term growth and success, according to a company press release.

HauteLogic is a comprehensive and modular fashion industry solution that addresses the needs of fashion businesses of all kinds. As a ready-to-adopt solution, Visionet’s HauteLogic will provide MGL the foundation for standardising and digitising their apparel wholesale processes, including product management, centralised inventory management, EDI and sourcing collaboration, by delivering fully integrated order to cash, procure to pay, advanced warehouse management, and finance on a single, unified platform. HauteLogic requires minimal maintenance overheads and will provide a robust platform for the apparel company’s sustainable future growth. The implementation at MGL includes PartnerLink, a solution that facilitates frictionless EDI communication between MGL and its partners, providing high-precision coordination across the entire supply chain.

“Our objective was to embrace digital transformation in all of our processes. Visionet was carefully chosen as our partner based on fashion and apparel industry expertise, to provide a comprehensive solution for us to manage every aspect of our business including planning, design, production, and distribution processes. The modularity of the HauteLogic solution has delivered us the process and data unification along with increased visibility to key business data,” Dave McCullagh, CFO of MGL said.

“We are very happy to be the partner in Michael Gerald’s digital transformation journey. Given their multi-branded, apparel wholesale supply chain business model, it was crucial for our solution to be comprehensive to meet their needs of not only today, but also for tomorrow. With HauteLogic, our core objective is to deliver a complete, flexible and innovative fashion industry solution that can future proof our customers from technology disruptions. This means, with HauteLogic, our customers will be on a unified platform and with the ability to leverage emerging opportunities that are evolving with the convergence of Cloud, Connectivity, Big Data and AI. For that reason, we are very excited to offer our solution on Microsoft Dynamics 365 and Azure Cloud, which offer all these cutting edge technologies as native features of the underlying platform,” Jawad Khan, SVP Professional Services at Visionet Systems said. (GK)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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