CGS, a leading global provider of technology solutions, announced today its participation in the 103rd annual NRF Annual
Located at booth #2245, CGS will present its exclusive BlueCherry software suite, value-added Microsoft Dynamics AX solutions, and CGS professional service offerings for fashion and softlines retailers.
BlueCherry, a fully integrated enterprise solution, has the power to manage the entire concept-to-consumer product lifecycle. Comprising Product Lifecycle Management (PLM), Omnichannel Planning, Omnichannel Warehouse Management and other industry-focused modules, BlueCherry enables retailers and their suppliers to streamline processes, gain visibility, reduce costs, increase productivity, and enhance competitiveness.
CGS will also display solutions and services for Microsoft Dynamics AX Retail, Dynamics AX POS, a CGS-exclusive iOS Mobile POS app and other related technologies. The company’s service offering includes Microsoft Dynamics AX deployments and maintenance as well as CGS Contact Center, Technology Infrastructure and Corporate Training programs.
“We are honored and excited to be a part of such an important retail industry event like NRF,” said
With 30 years of experience in the fashion and apparel industry, CGS provides end-to-end technology solutions to hundreds of today’s leading fashion retailers and wholesalers. Widespread technology expertise combined with deep-rooted knowledge of the retail industry makes CGS one of the most reliable and trusted partners for retailers around the globe.
To register or learn more about NRF, please visit http://bigshow14.nrf.com.
For 30 years, CGS has enabled global enterprises, regional companies and government agencies to drive breakthrough performance through technology and services. Headquartered in
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