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Billabong selects NGC for PLM and Global Sourcing
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Jul '09
NGC (New Generation Computing) announced that Billabong has selected NGC's e-PLM for Product Lifecycle Management and e-SPS for Global Sourcing and Visibility. NGC's software will be implemented worldwide as a strategic PLM and global sourcing solution for Billabong across all of the company's regions and brands.

Billabong selected NGC after a detailed and rigorous evaluation of the industry's leading PLM vendors. “We chose NGC based on the functionality and ease of use of their solutions, as well as NGC's deep understanding of the fashion and apparel industries,” said Mike Savage, General Manager of Product Development, Billabong International Limited.

“Billabong is an exciting, dynamic company and one of the hottest brands in action-sports apparel,” said Alan Brooks, President, NGC. “NGC is honored that we were selected by Billabong, and we look forward to a successful implementation.”

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