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itSuitsFashion bags 250th brand in Peak Performance
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Jan '14
Peak Performance, the Swedish outdoor clothing brand by the Danish leading apparel magnitude IC Companies, is the 250th brand to work with a fashion IT solution from the itSuitsFashion stack.

With an addition of 90 brands to the customer portfolio in the last year, itSuitsFashion International achieves a tremendous growth.

In the last three years, itSuitsFashion International has grown to be the best selling supplier of Fashion IT solutions in northwest Europe.

Companies in the fashion industry can here find a modern innovative solution for every business requirement, fully integrated or stand-alone if desired. Because of the many international references, more and more companies find their way to the itSuitsFashion solutions.

Paul Jonker, CEO at the itSuitsFashion Holding: “The overall concept and the continuous innovation of the solutions in our concept, ensures that our customers use the software that helps their businesses in the most effective way, now and in the future.

"One of our most qualified partners –Agidon in Denmark- will take care of the entire implementation. We both look forward to help Peak Performance meet their growth objectives and play an important role in this.”

About IC Companies/Peak Performance

IC Companies ranks among the largest apparel companies in Europe. The organization has a revenue of € 450 mio and has over 1,600 employees. IC Companies runs and develops nine strong and independent brands: Tiger of Sweden, By Malene Birger, Designers Remix, InWear, Matinique, Part Two, Saint Tropez and Soaked in Luxury.

These brands are sold in over 35 countries through 8,000 distributors. Peak Performance is the best known outdoor brand from Sweden and was acquired by Carli Gry in 1998, which merged with the InWear Group in 2001 and was renamed IC Companies.

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