Greco Apparel Inc. Selects ERP System

Company to install system in two facilities to support growth, customer service

Company to install system in two facilities to support growth, customer service

Miami — July 5, 2005 — Greco Apparel Inc., a family-owned and -operated apparel manufacturer, said it has selected New Generation Computing (NGC) Inc.'s RedHorse, an enterprise resource planning (ERP) system designed for apparel and sewn products enterprises.

Greco Apparel Inc. said it serves as the "manufacturing department" for its clients from product development to full packages sourced globally. Greco Apparel produces a wide range of woven and knit garments from tailored clothing to work wear serving the career, uniform and retail markets.

The manufacturer will install NGC's system at its Pennsylvania and Dominican Republic facilities. The system is expected to help the company increase speed to market, reduce costs, manage by exception and enhance workflow.

"We're excited to initiate NGC's RedHorse system to support our growth and continued superior service to our clients," said Joseph Greco, president of Greco Apparel. "With our global sourcing expansion, real-time information allows us to increase value to our clients. We can now provide dependable transparency into our supply chain with the installation of NGC's RedHorse. This flow of quality information will help reduce turn around time and inventory costs while increasing order fulfillment to the end users."

RedHorse is a component of the NGC SQL Series, a software suite for the sewn products industry that is built on Microsoft's SQL Server technology with integration to Word and Excel.

RedHorse consists of 12 software modules: Customer Order Processing, EDI Information System, Invoicing & Accounts Receivable, Finished Goods Inventory Control, Purchasing and Receiving, Components Inventory with Requirement Planning, Accounts Payable, General Ledger, Import Management, Remote Plant Management, Production Planning and Screen Printing & Embroidery.