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DeSL launches .Net On Demand PLM for fashion

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(CARDIFF, UK, FEBRUARY 23, 2009) DeSL launches the first Microsoft certified, 100% .Net, ‘On Demand’ PLM solution designed specifically for fashion companies.

DeSL’s ‘on demand’ or SAAS (software as a service) PLM software is perfect for companies wishing to implement a world class solution without necessarily having to manage hardware or software infrastructures. The solution is hosted and users simply subscribe to the service on a per user per month basis.  With low up front costs, the solution will enable users to gain the advantages and cost savings normally associated with larger & more expensive projects.

DeSL’s PLM solution delivers a complete web based collaborative network covering all processes from initial product concept right through to sourcing and delivery. All required parties such as suppliers, factories & customers can access a single source of key information over the Internet with security profiles controlling the level of access.
Users can subscribe to the full service product – web2plm.com – or specific modules to address key business areas.

To see the full range of business functions supported visit www.web2plm.com

To see details of our critical path and product tracking modules visit www.eStyleTracker.com

To see details of our new 3D fitting and approvals module visit www.3DFastFit.com

About DeSL

DeSL is the only Gold Certified Microsoft Partner delivering web based solutions to the Fashion & Consumer Goods sectors. The company has been servicing the Fashion, Apparel, Footwear, Accessories and Textile sectors since 2002 and has implementations in UK, USA, Western Europe, Scandinavia, China, Sri Lanka, Cambodia, Mauritius, Bangladesh and Morocco.

WhichPLM Evaluation

DeSL’s PLM Solution is currently being evaluated by the WhichPLM team of experts. The scores will be published on the WhichPLM website soon: https://whichplm.com/desl

Ben Hanson Ben Hanson is one of WhichPLM’s top contributors. Ben has worked for magazines, newspapers, local government agencies, multi-million pound conservation projects, museums and creative publications before his eventual migration to the Retail, Footwear and Apparel industry.Having previously served as WhichPLM’s Editor, Ben knows the WhichPLM style, and has been responsible for many of our on-the-ground reports and interviews over the last few years. With a background in literature, marketing and communications, Ben has more than a decade’s worth of experience, and is now viewed as one of the industry’s best-known writers.