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Enhanced QuickStep Fashion supports 'cut, make, trim'

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Nov '09
Lawson Software announced the latest version of Lawson QuickStep Fashion, a preconfigured enterprise software package designed for faster implementation and faster time-to-value for Lawson fashion customers. Lawson QuickStep Fashion is an integrated solution that supports more than 70 percent of the core business processes of both fashion sourcing companies and manufacturers. The system focuses on product creation and data management, planning, sourcing, customer order management, raw material purchasing, manufacturing, supply chain management, warehouse management, product costing and integrated financial management.

The QuickStep solution now comes with comprehensive business process documentation and more than 160 educational videos to help train and guide users through common fashion industry business processes. Lawson developed these scenarios based on its experience gained through more than 250 enterprise software implementations in the fashion industry.

This latest version of Lawson QuickStep Fashion includes support for a multi-division, multi-warehouse environment, U.S. chart of accounts and sales tax information, as well as European sales tax processes. Sourcing companies can now benefit from supply chain orders that link related orders. This feature can ultimately help improve supply chain visibility and control. It can also support industry-specific processes such as “cut, make, trim” and help organizations better manage purchase order processes.

Fashion companies that use Lawson QuickStep Fashion may also benefit from the addition of joint dispatch management on sales orders, which helps ensure that orders are complete enough to send out. In addition, the solution offers drop-ship management and pre-configured processes for handling of royalty payments, agent commissions and respective discounts.

“With QuickStep Fashion we can quickly provide fashion companies with a flexible and scalable platform to help improve their operational performance in the short-term, support their future growth plans and cope with their evolving business models,” said Frédéric Champalbert, general manager, Fashion, for Lawson. “By reducing the resources, cost and time to implement, the Lawson QuickStep solution helps reduce risk associated with software deployments and is building a proven track record among fashion companies.”

During the past year, more than half of the fashion companies that purchased the Lawson M3 Enterprise Management system in the U.S. and Europe chose Lawson QuickStep Fashion to help speed their ERP deployment.

Lawson Software


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