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Posted Date: 1/25/2013

Tibi Supports Growth With NGC's Integrated ERP, PLM

New York-based fashion brand Tibi has implemented NGC's PLM and ERP systems. Tibi's designer collection is sold at more than 600 retailers worldwide, including Net-a-Porter, Shopbop, Saks Fifth Avenue, Neiman Marcus and Harvey Nichols.

Tibi selected NGC's fashion PLM and apparel ERP software to support the popular brand's rapid growth. "NGC offered a comprehensive solution with both PLM and ERP, and that was very appealing to us," said Alexandra Boet, CFO of Tibi, LLC. "There were various features that stood out when compared to other systems, such as calendars and alerts that allow us to manage the business by exception. Based on our experience with our previous software vendor, we also liked the fact that NGC has a regional office that can provide customer support."

NGC's fully integrated PLM and apparel ERP system has enabled Tibi to streamline business processes and productivity, helping the company improve its overall efficiency. "NGC's software allows data from design, production, inventory, sales and accounting to live in the same repository," Boet added. "This reduces time and error related to system interfaces, enabling us to get reports that correlate to different areas of the business. This allows us to focus our efforts on analyzing data rather than inputting it."

The systems have also had a positive impact on Tibi's supply chain, according to Boet. "We are now able to electronically exchange data with our trading partners in a systematic way," Boet said. "Most of our trading partners have been able to easily automate their processes, and this has eliminated the need for human data entry entirely."


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