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SEASALT CORNWALL selects Visual 2000 PLM solution


LONDON, UK April 14th 2014 – Visual 2000 International announces leading womenswear multi-channel brand Seasalt are to implement Visual 2000 new PLM S V8 release. Seasalt recently won the prestigious Drapers 2014 award for ‘womenswear brand of the year’ and are the first ever fashion company to win the Queens Award for Enterprise in Sustainable Development 2013.

Adam Cotgreave, Seasalt Project Manager commented “Throughout our selection process Visual 2000 have shown a true understanding of the fashion industry which is reflected in the rich functionality the solution offers. Selecting the Visual 2000 PLM solution to streamline our planning, design and product development processes will allow our creative teams focus on the things we really care about; our products and our customers.

Visual 2000 UK Managing Director Tony Mather said “We are delighted to be working with Adam and the Seasalt team. There are many key drivers within Visual PLM to benefit and support Seasalt, including world class planning and reporting tools, Adobe integration and a dynamic workflow to manage the many seasonal demands. The system will ensure real time overseas supplier communication and enhance product development collaboration”.

Visual PLM centralises all product information into a single data base at the front end for best practise, empowering management and teams to increase operational efficiencies, streamlining the design and product development process.

About Seasalt

With offices in Cornwall overlooking Falmouth Bay to St. Anthony’s lighthouse, the small Seasalt design team are inspired to create garments that speak about the beautiful place in which they live. The maritime and creative heritage of Cornwall is at the heart of Seasalt’s values and they support several local charities and festivals including the Fishermen’s Mission and the Falmouth International Sea Shanty Festival.

Seasalt employ around 200 people and the team includes a diverse range of talent, including everything from graphic designers and fine artists, to logistics experts and textile designers.

Being a Cornish success story is something they are very proud of. Visit one of their 18 shops and 350 stockists across the UK, including select John Lewis stores.


About Visual 2000 International

Visual 2000 International Inc. develops and markets comprehensive software solutions for the apparel and other fashion-related industries. The company’s flagship Visual End-2-End™ Solution combines Product Lifecycle Management (PLM), Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP), Supply Chain Management (SCM), Warehouse Management System (WMS), business intelligence (BI), sales force automation (SFA), customer relationship management (CRM), and E-Commerce (ECOM) capabilities in a single, integrated solution that enables retailers, brands, and manufacturers to gain visibility and control across the entire concept-to-consumer fashion lifecycle.

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 Canada, United States, Europe, and China. For more information, visit www.visual-2000.com.

This year, Visual 2000 celebrated fifteen years in business, providing agility, continuity and world-class services and solutions to its customers around the world.

We set out to build great software, and that goal remains consistent as we look to the future.

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