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Datatex and the Goldratt Group For Textile Supply Chain

Datatex and the Goldratt Group are  joining forces and offer a unique holistic solution covering all aspects of the textile supply chain – from yarn and fabric manufacturing – to assortment and merchandize management in the retail stores. This is done by integrating NOW and Symphony Software.

Symphony is a retail Eco System, based on the well-known Theory Of Constraints (TOC). Symphony handles all major aspects of stock & merchandise management, from Stock levels, to assortment planning and product life cycle – All synchronized together to a flexible operation, reacting in real time to the actual needs of the store.


Symphony presents a different approach to stock management – replacing the ever inaccurate forecast, in a dynamic system that consciously challenge all targets of all SKUs and all categories on a daily basis, reacting to real time changes in consumption patterns.
Symphony has a proven record of reducing the stock level by 20%-30%, while increasing availability and sales by 15%-20%, showing positive ROI in a very short time. 


About Datatex

Datatex is the world’s leading ERP solution provider to the textile and apparel industry, based on latest available web technology and installed at over 400 customers in 5 continents and more than 40 countries.
www.datatex.com

About Goldratt Group 

Founded by Dr. Goldratt, as his consulting arm, Goldratt Group have the largest roster of seasoned TOC consultants in the world. Together, Goldratt consultants have decades of experience defining the right change necessary to achieve results. Goldratt Group have experience across a wide range of industries and all types of implementations. Working in key markets across the globe, Goldratt Group have the ability to deploy whatever resources are essential to support large implementations.

www.goldrattconsulting.com

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