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Visual 2000 and Clientis-S3G Team to Deliver Integrated PLM for SAP AFS Solution

August 30, 2011 by Ben Hanson in News, Press release with


Visual 2000The integration of Visual PLM.net® with the SAP® Business All-in-One apparel and footwear solution will fill functional and visibility gaps in the fashion product development process.

(MONTREAL, QC CANADA AND DULUTH, GA USA, 29 AUGUST 2011) Visual 2000 International Inc. and Clientis-S3G LLC have formed a strategic alliance to integrate the popular Visual PLM.net® fashion product lifecycle management solution with the SAP® Business All-in-One Apparel and Footwear Solution (AFS). The agreement enables Clientis-S3G, a value-added reseller (VAR) of SAP Business All-in-One solutions, to integrate and market the Visual 2000 PLM solution to businesses running SAP AFS in North America, Brazil, and India. The companies believe that the integrated solution will fill significant functional and visibility gaps in the fashion design, product development, and sourcing processes for these companies. 

We are pleased to partner with Clientis-S3G to fulfill unmet needs for current and future AFS customers”, noted Charles Benoualid, Visual 2000 Vice President of Research and Development. “This alliance will streamline the process of integration and ensure our ability to deliver the deep level of capabilities needed to drive significant business improvements and value for these companies.”

Software modules included in the SAP Business All-in-One AFS solution include financial accounting and control, material management, sales and distribution, production planning, and quality management. Visual PLM.net provides solutions for managing all product information and images, colors and raw materials, merchandise and line plans, size and technical specifications, sampling and costing, time and action calendars, and most other pre-production activities. According to Clientis-S3G, fashion companies running or planning to implement the SAP AFS solution have expressed the need for fully integrated, fashion-centric PLM capabilities.

According to Michael Donnelly, President of Clientis-S3G, “The fashion and apparel industry requires comprehensive solutions that provide the intricate detail and history necessary to design and develop products in a collaborative and timely manner. Our partnership will provide a competitive advantage to companies that are working to stay ahead of the curve.”

About Clientis-S3G

From its headquarters near Atlanta, GA and extensive operations in the USA, Latin America, Europe, and India, Clientis-S3G LLC provides SAP Business All-in-One ERP and Supply Chain solutions and services to Retail, Apparel, Textile, Logistics, Manufacturing and other industries. Team members include original developers of the SAP Apparel and Footwear Solution (AFS) that have participated in nearly half of all AFS implementations worldwide.  Major global customers include Alpargatas, Bauer Hockey, Foxhead, Hering, Lanxess, Lenovo, Marisol, Pacific Group, Superior Uniform Group, Triumph International, Velez, and Warnaco. For more information, visit http://www.clientisinc.com.

About Visual PLM.net®

Visual PLM.net provides retailers and their supply chain partners with a configurable, out-of-the-box software solution for managing all product information and images, colors and raw materials, merchandise and line plans, size and technical specifications, sampling and costing, time and action calendars, and other critical business assets and processes. By making this always-up-to-date information readily accessible to all, Visual PLM.net improves team and partner collaboration, increases process visibility, reduces product costs, and streamlines the entire concept-to-delivery business process.   For more information, visit http://www.visual-2000.com/Visual_PLM_Net.aspx.

About Visual 2000 International

Visual 2000 International Inc. develops and markets End-2-End software solutions for the Apparel, Footwear and Accessories (AFA) industry; including Visual PLM.net® product lifecycle management (PLM), Visual ERP™ enterprise resource planning (ERP), Visual SCM.net™ supply chain management (SCM), Visual WMS.net™ warehouse management system (WMS), Visual BI.net™ business intelligence (BI), Visual EDI.net™ electronic data interchange (EDI), and Visual SFA.net™ sales force automation software (SFA) solutions. 

Visual 2000 products leverage leading-edge Microsoft® technologies such as SQL Server®, .NET™ framework, and the Silverlight™ development platform. Headquartered in Montreal, Visual 2000 maintains offices and distribution channels in Toronto, Vancouver, New York, Los Angeles, Mexico, Europe, China and Hong-Kong. For more information, visit http://www.visual-2000.com.

 

 

About Ben Hanson

As WhichPLM’s Contributing Editor, Ben is responsible for our style, and provides much of the on-the-ground reporting and interviews that have come to characterise the magazine. As a professional writer and editor, Ben has worked for film and television, national newspapers, international corporations, and glossy magazines prior to becoming one of the PLM industry's best-known writers.

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