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Visual Next to show UCP module at NAUMD 2018 forum
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Mar '18
Courtesy: Visual Next
Courtesy: Visual Next
Visual Next, software developer for apparel, has announced their sponsorship of the NAUMD 2018 conference, to be held in St-Louis, Missouri from March 25 to 28, 2018, in booth #5. Visual Next will show their Uniform Customer Portal (UCP) module, built specifically for uniform manufacturers and distributors to sell their products faster and more sustainably.

The company will also show its entire best-of-breed End2End suite of apparel specific business software.

Visual Next sponsored the NAUMD convention last year in Nashville, Tennessee where Charles Benoualid, VP of research and development presented on the subject of taking on modern uniform industry business challenges by implement omnichannel strategies and leveraging the latest technological innovations.

Philippe Lafortune, sales director at Visual Next said, “We are looking forward to attending the NAUMD conference again this year to gain an even better understanding of the uniform market’s greatest challenges, and discuss what the future holds. Visual Next has been creating world-class business management software for over 20 years, and we are proudly serving more uniform businesses than ever before. We are excited by the incredible results the Visual End2End platform, and Visual Uniform Client Portal has provided our uniform clients.” (GK)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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