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Many speedy returns with ApparelGMS system
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Oct '09
Many major companies use ApparelGMS to manage their corporate and workwear orders to customers. Now those customers have the option of notifying the supplier online that a garment is, for example, the wrong size. With ApparelGMS, that online return notification can be instantly recorded and a fresh order created automatically.

The result is a speeding up of the replacement procedure from several days to just one. Apparel's Graham Helliwell said: “We are always looking to make the garment ordering system quicker, simpler and more efficient for our Apparel customers and the companies who they supply with corporate and workwear.

“This is a feature that we have introduced to help everyone in the order chain – suppliers, their customers and their staff who wear the goods.

“We believe this is a feature that reduces the workload on everyone.''

ApparelGMS is a user-friendly garment software system that allows companies to introduce online web ordering and gives them fully-integrated stock control, sales, order fulfilment, dispatch and invoicing. Its unrivalled back-up support and ease of use frees up staff and brings organisation, speed and efficiency to companies of all sizes.

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