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Classic Accessories to use WFX Web PLM
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Classic Accessories is largest supplier of innovative textile products that cover, protect and organize outdoor related gear in the US.

Headquartered in Kent, Wash. and with offices in Hong Kong, the products are well-known throughout the United States and Canada and available at both large and medium-sized retailers.

Classic Accessories signed on with WFX Web Product Lifecycle Management to streamline their development and sourcing processes and bring new products and ranges to market faster than ever before.

Classic Accessories will use WFX Web PLM throughout offices in Washington and Hong Kong for real time visibility across their value chain.

“We choose WFX because of the flexibility of the product and the on-demand model. With the WFX service, we will consolidate all departments' product information and be able to track timelines which will replace our error-prone excel process.

Also, we are a design and development company, not an IT company, so the fact that we don't have to worry about maintaining hardware, backups etc allows us to focus solely on the benefits of the application”, Brian Bozlinski, Senior VP Business Development, Classic Accessories.

WFX OnDemand.com is the leader in On-Demand product development software for the Fashion and Apparel Industry. WFX is currently the only provider of a domain specialized PLM available as a SAAS subscription model.

WFX has over 300 clients across various specializations within the industry and caters to all sized companies around the world.

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