We are looking for an apparel management system or inventory system which satisfies the following:

  • 10000+ inventory items
  • 2000+ transactions per day
  • Sale order and invoice management
  • Customisable to suit the business process
  • All tables import / export
  • Debtors and creditors can be pushed to Reckon
  • Report options (paper report, analysis, pivot, view, chart, inquiry)
  • Large amount of screen data, simplification best handled through views
  • Internal report customisation (SQL knowledge)
  • Call Centre, Internal CRM, Company or customer asset tracking
  • Web Interface – 3rd party or Internal Development
  • Colour and Size attributes, 2D and 3D matrix (colour, size, style etc..)
  • Sales / Cost reporting matrix
  • Standard cost / average cost mix, Planning board, Constraint Scheduling
  • Demand analysis and planning
  • Multi-dimensional pricing modules, Manufacturing routing templates
  • Flexible assembly inventory issues
  • Reckon Accounts integration
  • Export to Reckon, MYOB, Xero, Sage Pastel, MoneyWorks, Quickbook
  • Customisable workflows per user
  • Inventory management

Do you have any suggestions or recommendation?

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    Could you please detail the Reckon, MYOB, Xero, Sage Pastel, MoneyWorks part a bit? Thanks!
    – Nicolas Raoul
    Commented May 2, 2014 at 5:06
  • i meant it can export data to those applications. thank you for your response
    – Andy
    Commented May 2, 2014 at 5:16
  • same for Quickbook?
    – Nicolas Raoul
    Commented May 2, 2014 at 5:17
  • yeahh. that 's right ^^
    – Andy
    Commented May 2, 2014 at 5:19

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Should be Call-centre, CRM, workflows, multidimensional pricing, demand planning or constraint scheduling part of the system? Together they are shifting the scope to another dimension. I'm afraid you are not heading just towards a 'system', but towards an ERP implementation, maybe including customizations.

Based on the above requirements, my answer is: nearly any well-established ERP can handle this, just contact SAP, Oracle, Navision (etc.) vendors (at least 2-3 so you can compare the offers) and prepare relatively high amount of money.

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