Little Giraffe Selects BlueCherry to Support Rapid Growth

CGS to provide children and adult accessory provider with enterprise resource planning that can help better manage future growth

New YorkNov. 15, 2013CGS, a global provider of technology solutions, announced that Little Giraffe chose BlueCherry Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) and Microsoft Dynamics SL to help manage future growth, optimize its global supply chain and improve management reporting.

As a provider of exclusive and hassle-free children’s and adult accessories, Little Giraffe experienced a period of steady growth over the last four years. As a result, its existing ERP system was no longer a fit for its changing needs and the company looked to find a system that could grow with them into the future.

“We investigated the market extensively for potential solutions and vendors,” said Trish Moreno, president, CEO and creative director for Little Giraffe. “In the end, we decided CGS’s BlueCherry provided the scalability we were looking for based on our forecast for future growth. Moreover, we foresee BlueCherry as a key foundation to the building blocks of our future success, enhancing our ability to quickly respond to our customer’s needs in a constantly evolving marketplace.”

BlueCherry ERP provides Little Giraffe with better overall functionality of their operation, as well as robust reporting and automation of previously manual processes. The company also benefits from improved production tracking, inventory control, purchase order fulfillment, customer care and sales analysis. In addition, Microsoft Dynamics SL provides Little Giraffe with improved financial management and reporting.

Paul Magel, president of the application solutions group at CGS, said, “BlueCherry’s functionality, backed by CGS’s breadth of experience, will enable Little Giraffe to accurately forecast and manage demand throughout their entire supply chain. The scalability BlueCherry provides will also allow for simple integration with other systems and modules they may choose to implement in the future.”

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