Montreal, QC – May 24, 2017 – Jesta I.S., a global leader in integrated ERP solutions for apparel, footwear and hard goods enterprises, announced today that they have partnered with NGC Software® to enrich their Vision Suite product line with the NGC® best-in-class Andromeda® cloud PLM solution. This newly formed alliance will provide clients with a functionally rich solution to manage the conception and design phases of the supply chain. Jesta’s new and improved Vision Suite will enable total vertical integration for complete visibility and control, from design to delivery.
The NGC® Andromeda® cloud PLM offers advanced functionality for line planning, ideation, concept management, tech pack creation, material development, sampling, costing, adobe integration, critical path management, and collaboration, giving retailers and brand owners a competitive advantage in the global fashion marketplace. The Andromeda® cloud platform also includes solutions for supply chain management, vendor compliance, quality control, product testing, WIP tracking and inbound logistics.
“We are excited to partner with a company like Jesta I.S. that shares our goal of providing the finest software solutions for the fashion industry,” said Mark Burstein, president of sales and development, NGC Software®. “Both of our organizations place a strong emphasis on the core values of innovation, technical excellence and customer service, so this alliance is a perfect match.”
Moris Chemtov, president of Jesta I.S., added: “We are extremely pleased to be joining forces with NGC Software®. We constantly strive to be a ‘one-stop-shop’ that provides our clients with end-to-end functionality, and the NGC® Andromeda® cloud PLM solution represents the final link in the chain. This is a leap in the right direction and truly differentiates us as one of the only vendors capable of covering the entire supply chain.”
NGC Software® powers the Connected Enterprise for retailers and brand owners with the Andromeda® cloud platform, including solutions for PLM, supply chain management, apparel ERP, shop floor control, global quality control, and vendor on-boarding and compliance. NGC® customers include Billabong, Canada Goose, Carter’s, Destination XL, Foot Locker, Nicole Miller, Rocky Brands, Spanx, Sport Obermeyer, VF Corporation, Williamson-Dickie and many others. NGC® has offices in Miami, New York, Los Angeles, China, India, Mexico, and El Salvador and is a wholly owned subsidiary of American Software Inc. (NASDAQ: AMSWA), named one of the 100 Most Trustworthy Companies in America by Forbes. For more information, visit www.ngcsoftware.com.
Jesta I.S. is an international supplier of integrated software solutions for brand manufacturers, wholesalers and retailers specializing in apparel, footwear and hard goods verticals. Jesta’s Vision Suite is a modular software platform that helps simplify the omnichannel journey for retailers and wholesalers – from PLM to POS. With 48 years in the business, Jesta I.S. has the experience and resources to help with the technology aspect, the human factor and everything in between. Customers include Perry Ellis International, Puma, Harry Rosen, Genesco, J.McLaughlin, Town Shoes, Peter Harris Clothes,The Marine Corps Exchange, Cole Haan, Corporativo Ferrioni, DSW, Carter’s, Canadian Armed Forces and Stokes, among others. For more information, visit http://go.jestais.com/end-to-end-ERP
Andromeda® is a registered trademark of NGC Software®. NGC® and NGC Software® are registered trademarks of New Generation Computing, Inc.
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