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Women’s Luxury Brand Magaschoni to Implement FashionManager ERP/PLM

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Magaschoni is replacing several independent legacy software systems with RLM’s FashionManager enterprise solution. The fully integrated system will be used across all concept-to-consumer processes to enable improved collaboration and process visibility.

(LYNDHURST, NJ, FEBRUARY 25, 2011) RLM Apparel Software Systems Inc.  announces that women’s luxury fashion brand Magaschoni has begun implementation of the FashionManager™ enterprise software solution at its Manhattan headquarters. The 40-user system will replace multiple legacy financial, product lifecycle management (PLM), and enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems with a single, fully-integrated business solution. Magaschoni expects this streamlined and updated computing platform to support better informed, more timely business decisions by improving accessibility and visibility of information across the design, production, sales, retail, accounting, and management teams.

“Our existing systems were added independently over a period of 10-15 years,” explained Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer, Kevin Mogyoros. “The current lack of integration limits our ability to share information and track performance in a timely and accurate manner. In RLM, we found a technologically advanced system and company that meets and exceeds all our needs with a single, comprehensive solution. With FashionManager, we look forward to gaining more control and visibility across our entire company.”

In addition to an on-premise installation at its New York offices, Magaschoni will deploy FashionManager at its New Jersey warehouse operations. Global vendor partners will also gain access to the system, while integration with existing sales and e-commerce systems will extend benefits to the company’s retail channel.
 
“In a project that touches every aspect of the business, we knew that we needed a partner that we could trust and depend on well into the future,” added Mogyoros. “We have this level of comfort with the RLM team and the technology that they deliver.”

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