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InSyle Launches InStyle Apparel ERP 4.6

June 16, 2014

Insyle Software, Inc., a provider of global supply chain management solutions, recently announced that the new version 4.6 of InStyle Apparel ERP is now available. This version boasts of new CRM (Customer Relationship Management) features that make the solution even more apt for sales and customer service. Moreover, it ensures improved integration with Excel, QuickBooks as well as ecommerce. The version includes better integration with ecommerce using the Magento ecommerce platform owned by Ebay.

InStyle Apparel Software delivers a complete system in a fraction of the time and for a fraction of the cost of traditional development methodologies. The resulting system can be re-configured easily and as often as necessary to meet future needs.  The solution removes the need for organizations to purchase and maintain servers, databases, server software and eliminates daily upkeep and maintenance.

"Most of InStyle's customers have already started the upgrade process or will upgrade to version 4.6 in the second quarter of 2014. As part of our software maintenance, InStyle offers customers free software upgrades. And other companies offer free upgrades too. InStyle does not stop there. InStyle will install the upgrades for free too. Complimentary installation helps InStyle clients stay current and helps InStyle Software, Inc. because it reduced maintenance costs," said Sergio Prusky, president of InStyle Software. Inc.

InStyle Software is a technology company that offers the fashion industry a new generation of Enterprise solutions that are faster and less expensive than traditional software systems. In January, it released version 4.5 of the InStyle ERP extension for Magento. The extension provided full integration between InStyle ERP and Magento ecommerce platform. The integration worked in real time and allowed Website owners to process e-commerce orders immediately. As soon as the ecommerce order is processed, it would show up in the warehouse on a portable computer to be picked and packed. 




Edited by Maurice Nagle

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