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BlueCherry to improve efficiency at Western Glove Works
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Apr '13
CGS, a leading global provider of technology solutions, announced that Western Glove Works has chosen the BlueCherry Enterprise Suite.  BlueCherry will help boost efficiency and productivity, while improving planning, costing and financial reporting.

Established in 1921, Western Glove Works is a family owned company that produces denim products such as the Silver Jeans Co. and Jag brands.  Western Glove Works will utilize BlueCherry ERP, BlueCherry EDI, BlueCherry Advanced Warehouse System, BlueCherry Data Warehouse/BI, eCommerce Integration and Microsoft Dynamics AX Financials.

Due to continuing sales growth, the company has found that their current systems were inadequate and inefficient.   With the implementation of BlueCherry, Western Glove Works anticipates improved information flow, increased efficiency of transactions, and application of best business practices.

“We searched high and low for a vendor that was the best functional match for our needs and could provide a system that allowed for easy integration and collaboration across our various departments,” said Mark Lamont, Vice President of Western Glove Works. “We decided upon BlueCherry due to the positive feedback we received from other organizations as well as CGS’s abundance of resources and large, active community of users. All of these factors led us to the conclusion that BlueCherry and CGS was the best possible choice for our operation.”

“We are pleased that Western Glove Works has made the decision to adopt BlueCherry to improve their entire operation and we are looking forward to working with them,” said Paul Magel, President of the Application Solutions Group at CGS. “ In addition to improving efficiency and productivity, BlueCherry’s scalability will enable it to meet the needs of Western Glove Works as they continue to expand and will allow for integration with other systems they could implement in the future.”

Other expected benefits include improved cash flow management, enhanced service to both internal and external customers, and improved planning and reporting.

About CGS

For almost 30 years, CGS has enabled global enterprises, regional companies and government agencies to drive breakthrough performance through technology and services. Headquartered in New York City, CGS employs more than 5,000 professionals across North America, Latin America, Europe and Asia. With global delivery capabilities, expertise across leading platforms and deep experience in multiple industries, CGS has become the IT partner of choice for thousands of organizations worldwide. CGS delivers a wide array of proprietary and third-party business applications, technology, business services and business process outsourcing solutions, including customer care, technical support and corporate learning and training. 

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