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Manhattan Associates powers 30 of the top 50 apparel companies
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Thirty apparel companies named to the 2011 Apparel Top 50 are Manhattan Associates customers. The rankings, based on each company's annual sales profit margin, include Carter's, Guess?, Urban Outfitters, Under Armour and The Men's Wearhouse, all of which leverage a variety of solutions from the Manhattan SCOPE supply chain portfolio to optimize their supply chains from planning to execution.

“Retailers require real-time visibility of the entire supply chain in order to fulfill their brand promise across every channel, without missing a beat,” said Jeff Mitchell, executive vice president Americas, Manhattan Associates. “Manhattan SCOPE solutions provide dynamic decision-making capabilities that lower overall inventory while providing seamless touch points to the customer, no matter the channel.”

The Manhattan SCOPE portfolio operates on a Supply Chain Process Platform, which provides a single, shared application architecture to facilitate interactions among multiple software solutions—enabling Manhattan customers to accomplish tasks shared across their respective supply chain optimization networks.

Manhattan Associates continues to deliver on its 21-year heritage of providing global supply chain excellence to more than 1,200 customers worldwide that consider supply chain optimization core to their strategic market leadership.

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