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ecVision expands global footprint with Japanese office
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Oct '13
In line with the company's growth strategy, ecVision, the leader in supply chain collaboration solutions for retailers and brands, announced the opening of a regional office in Tokyo, Japan to further develop burgeoning relationship with the retail market there.

But ecVision isn't helping the Japanese market alone; it has teamed with a leading consultant group with strong connections in apparel industry -- Nomura Research Institute (NRI). The partnership will leverage the software solutions ecVision has implemented around the world for other leading retailers and brands in the apparel and footwear industry to improve supply chain management, collaboration and visibility capabilities in the region.

"Opening an office in Tokyo demonstrates our commitment to the Japanese market," says Thomas Ng, CEO and Founder of ecVision. "We look forward to building on the deep relationships the company has developed with NRI and its customers already, as well as to assist the entire retail industry in that country."

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