US-based fashion label Maggy London has selected New Generation Computing, a wholly owned subsidiary of American Software, to install ‘RedHorse’, a web-based integrated system equipped with ERP and product lifecycle management capabilities.
Maggy London will install RedHorse, ‘e-SPS’ and ‘e-PDM’ at its New York headquarters and overseas offices to help streamline core business processes including global sourcing, supply chain and calendar management, technical and quality assurances, inbound logistics and inventory control.
Maggy London says it currently faces IT process challenges because of its divisions maintaining separate systems for executing functions in the design-completion of production-distribution center chain. This creates redundancy in data entry as well as operational inefficiencies in a company such as ours with multiple styles, fabrics and sourcing options, said Lee Polsky, corporate executive VP, global sourcing and supply chain management, Maggy London.
NGC’s RedHorse, e-SPS and e-PDM solutions, all specifically designed for companies involved with the manufacturing of apparel, will provide Maggy London with real time global visibility throughout their supply chain, increase operational efficiencies and transparency by creating a standardized platform across the company, said Alan Brooks, president, New Generation Computing.