Fashion Designer David Chu to Implement Visual 2000 Enterprise Software

New York-based DC Design International (DCDI) has begun implementation of Visual 2000’s End-2-End fashion software, replacing a legacy ERP system and adding new PLM and supply chain management capabilities to streamline business processes and reduce costs.

DCDI will implement the solution across the LINCS by David Chu, Mallory & Church, and David Chu Bespoke fashion lines.

DCDI is focusing first on implementation of the Visual ERP™ suite, which will be used to manage core business operations including order management, production control, warehousing and distribution, and will also include new supply chain management capabilities to handle management of offshore production. It will follow roll out with the integration of the Visual® solution, to manage the design, product development, and sourcing processes and improve communication and collaboration with global vendors and business partners.

Brand management firm DCDI was founded by David Chu who gained prominence in the ’80s with the success of his Nautica lifestyle brand, which boasted worldwide sales of more than $1 billion when it was sold to VF Corp. in 2003.

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