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Lingerie firm has supply chain covered with SAP

Antony Savvas

Online lingerie firm figleaves.com is seeking a full view of its supply chain with an SAP business software deployment.

Figleaves.com is using SAP integrator Chelford to install the SAP ERP system to better manage the way it deals with its 200 suppliers and create complete visibility throughout its supply chain.

The SAP system is replacing legacy Sage and Navision in-house systems to give the firm improved scalability and the ability to to manage its growth.

Daniel Nabarro, CEO at figleaves.com, said, "A deciding factor when choosing SAP was its commitment to organic growth in the SME market, as opposed to other vendors who are expanding in this space through acquisition.

"I was concerned about choosing one of those companies, because I believe they will struggle to support the various different platforms that they will need to."

Figleaves.com will be implementing SAP ERP to cover its core back office functions, including finance and procurement.

Figleaves.com employs more than 220 staff and operates two websites - one in UK sterling and one in US dollars - with fulfilment operations in the UK, Canada and the US.

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