Amy Smilovic’s 22-year journey in building a globally coveted fashion brand has been underpinned by taking thoughtful risks and following her instincts. Read this case study and discover how integrated systems support strong omni-channel growth for her iconic fashion brand.
Like many fashion and footwear brands, Trend Marketing was using multiple tools to perform mission-critical EDI transactions with its retail customers. After implementing RLM Apparel Software's enterprise solution, one of Canada's largest footwear distributors has deepened connectivity with retailers and enhanced fulfillment efficiency. Learn how.
In just the past five years, Johnny Was has nearly doubled the number of company-owned brick and mortar stores and stepped up its ecommerce efforts to now account for 20% of its overall sales. Wondering how they did it? Find out here.
After reaching a tipping point with a series of business and operational challenges, Sail to Sable turned to RLM Apparel Software's Integrated Systems. Ever since the deployment of RLM's singular platform, it's been smooth sailing and steady omnichannel growth for this leading resort wear brand. Read the full case study.
With the opening of its 17th store and a steadily growing network of more than 450 points of distribution, 3.1 Phillip Lim recognized the need to move beyond the limitation of its legacy ERP system. The eponymous brand turned to RLM Apparel Software to implement an integrated solution that allowed them to bring all of their data onto one platform. Learn more-->