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Wing Tai set on Epicor’s ERP solutions
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SINGAPORE apparel retailer Wing Tai Retail is set to use Epicor’s end-to-end ERP solutions, from point-of-sale (POS) to back-office functionality, for its stores across the region. It will deploy Epicor|CRS Microsoft.NET-based POS, CRS Inventory management, and CRS Promotional Events and Retail Mail applications.

The retailer, which manages 90 stores in the region and is the licensed distributor for more than 18 brands, is also looking at Epicor’s CRS Merchandising applications, including CRS Allocations, CRS Transfers Plus and CRS Retail DataWarehouse modules, along with its Warehouse Management and Financials systems. The company has already purchased Epicor’s advanced planning solution and the Tie Commerce third-party EDI application, for which Epicor is a reseller.

“Large retailers in Asia are now willing to revamp their IT infrastructure to realise the benefits of integrated Retail ERP to drive down the cost of distribution and access to business intelligence to make profitable choices in product allocation,” said Kathy Frommer, senior vice-president and general manager of Epicor|CRS. “[Their choice] of Epicor ERP solutions is testament to the benefits [they] can derive from a single-source provider with the ability to serve their needs, from POS to back office. Our global infrastructure means we can support our customers wherever they are doing business in the world.”



2007 December Stories:

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Carrefour breaks into Indian market via the wholesale and franchising routes

More Braun Buffel outlets in Malaysia

Experian launches Mosaic Singapore in partnership with SingPost

Wing On celebrates 100 years of retailing in HK

Beijaflor makes Singapore the launchpad for chic, vibrant Brazilian fashion

Philippine Seven set to open 200 outlets by 2010

Vietnam market ripe for the picking

Mahindra ventures into India retail sector

Wal-Mart stays the course with Seiyu buyout

Premium coffee franchise expands in Singapore

Danone pulls out of Bright Dairy

China’s soybean-oil imports to double in 2008

Birkart Globistics sets up centre to train 500 Chinese employees

Wing Tai set on Epicor’s ERP solutions

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