Global clothing company strengthens supply chain with Infor

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Delta Galil Industries has adopted the Infor Nexus supply chain platform to streamline and enhance its business processes.

The project covers the Israel textile firm’s entire global supplier network across US, China, East Asia, Israel and Europe, and will help the company improve visibility of its inventory, enhance collaboration with suppliers and customers, automate plan-to-ship processes, and accelerate the onboarding of new suppliers and partners.

Infor Nexus was chosen based on its capability to combine physical and financial supply chain processes. This will help to provide real-time supply forecast and order collaboration; digital shipping processes to help streamline carton scanning and transport booking; enhanced item level and real-time visibility; a control centre with predicted estimated times of arrival, and a robust financial supply chain with efficient payment processing.

The implementation will enable the synchronization of orders generated in the ERP, order change requests, supplier pack lists, invoice/payment flow, advance shipping notices and estimated times of arrival back to the ERP.

Mark Illidge, vice president and general manager for supply chain in EMEA, Infor, said: “Combining supply chain, operational and financial aspects into cohesive processes enables faster, more controlled growth. As brands look to re-engage with a drastically changed fashion market, the ability to be agile, fast and responsive throughout the supply chain will be key to success. Technology such as the Infor Nexus platform will be a vital part of that.”

Adi Nov, Delta Galil global CIO, said: “For a company like Delta Galil with many brands, retail stores, manufacturing sites and e-com websites, efficient operations, and speed to market are critical. The enhanced collaboration, connection and visibility provided by Infor Nexus gives us a competitive advantage with our suppliers and also allow us to onboard new partners faster.”