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Weartek selects DeSL's small-medium business PLM solution

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Sep '19
Pic: Weartek
Pic: Weartek
DeSL has announced its small-medium business (SMB) product lifecycle management (PLM) partnership with Weartek. Founded in 2016, Weartek works closely with clients to create high-quality, customisable, industry-specific uniforms and apparel. DeSL, based in US, delivers integrated web-based software for the fashion, apparel, textile, and footwear sectors.

With heavy focus on practical design and customisation, Weartek needed a software solution to optimise each step of the process. PLM isn’t just for large corporations, this is why DeSL created a subscription-based SMB PLM. DeSL recognises the success SMBs could obtain with a cloud-based PLM to track and manage the supply chain. The web-based communication hub eliminates excel and email, gives teams complete access to all product and sourcing information, and allows for easy collaboration with vendors, according to DeSL.

DeSL embraces partnerships with SMB clients by providing a scalable PLM solution to support rapid growth for companies such as Weartek, giving SMBs confidence to expand without outgrowing the PLM’s capabilities. Weartek can add additional features when needed to maintain complete control over its entire supply chain.

“At Weartek, we pride ourselves on our ability to innovate performance workwear and have invested a great deal of time and energy into collaborating with a supply chain that echoes our vision. However, as a small business, managing the demands of the marketplace, frequently changing industries and a global supply chain can be quite a juggle. We’re excited to be working with DeSL’s SMB PLM to streamline our workflows so that our resources can be better spent designing and innovating exciting new products and materials. By utilising DeSL’s cloud-based software, we’re able to access everything we need to continue to scale our business, from anywhere in the world,” Nick Pearce, director of Weartek said. (GK)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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