Enterprise Resource Planning
Concept-to-Consumer Approach - The Simparel Difference
The Simparel Enterprise Solution enables apparel, footwear, accessories and other fashion-related businesses to reach their full potential by accelerating performance across the entire company, as well as the global supply chain.
In contrast to existing ERP and best-of-breed software that requires complex customization and integration, Simparel is an industry-specific apparel ERP software solution that spans a wide range of traditional apparel software categories, representing a new, unified software model. This approach encompasses all of the business processes that go into the apparel manufacturing process, including: Product Lifecycle Management (PLM), Supply Chain Management (SCM), Warehouse Management (WMS), Sales Order Management (SOM), Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP), Electronic Data Interchange (EDI), Manufacturing and Material Resource Planning (MRP), and Financial Resource Management (FIN).
Simparel's Concept-to-Consumer Solution provides best practice processes and a single point of accountability, promoting fast implementation, a rapid return on investment and low total cost of ownership.
"The core objective of this ERP project was to select a single solution that had the depth and functionality to support all our key business processes. Our current situation consists of a variety of ‘best of breed’ solutions that makes managing data and overall communication difficult. We needed a single solution that could bridge the gap, and Simparel is the solution," says Paul Cuthbertson, Chief Operating Officer for MindsInSync.
"Now that we have that coveted 'one version of the truth,' we're able to shift our focus towards making better decisions," says Lisa West, VP of Production Operations for Maggy London.
"Oftentimes, what drives the adoption of a unified technology approach is a company beginning the heavy lifting of streamlining and connecting processes across functions to enable greater agility, flexibility and responsiveness to shopper demand signals," says Janet Suleski, Research Director with Gartner.