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Fast React bags the Queen's Awards for International Trade
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Apr '08
Fast React Systems Limited is delighted to have achieved the prestigious Queen's Award in recognition of their outstanding achievements in International Trade.

Fast React is a Global supplier of software based solutions for the apparel, footwear and textile industries. The Fastreact software provides improved planning and control for companies involved in the manufacturing, sourcing and retailing of fashion products.

The Company's 'Fastreact' range of solutions, written exclusively at its Head Office base in Derby, UK, provides the high level of visibility and control demanded by the modern Global supply-chain, delivering improved performance and real 'competitive advantage' to its customers.

Rather than simply 'selling software', Fast React Systems sets out to provide business 'solutions' which deliver powerful benefits and rapid return on investment.

With an intimate knowledge of the fashion industry at every level, Fast React Systems offers industry specific expertise and consultancy advice to companies facing the numerous and fast-changing demands of the modern fashion environment (i.e. higher fashion content, faster turnaround and intense cost competition).

Existing customers include well known names such as Mulberry, Barbour, Reiss, Gina Shoes, John Lobb, Burberry and Next Sourcing Limited, plus a huge range of prominent overseas manufacturers supplying major names such as Marks and Spencer, adidas, Nike, Victoria's Secret, Gap, JC Penney etc.


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