Sybiz Vision accounting system for fashion industry

  • (PC World)
  • — 09 April, 1998 21:49

Sybiz is claiming its Clothing and Accessories module for the Vision Accounting System is Australia's only multi-user Windows-based software specially developed for the fashion industry.

The module displays each style in a spreadsheet-like matrix, broken down into multiple stock items by the intersection of sizes and colours. For example, a specific product type or style, such as a shirt, can be broken down to a maximum of 15 colours, 30 sizes and a particular season, such as "Winter '98". The system can automatically create an HTML catalogue of products including graphic images for publishing on Web sites.

The Bill of Materials option tracks work in progress stages, such as cutting, making, pressing and packing, using a range of components from fabric and buttons to labour and overheads.

The module was developed by Noble Systems under Sybiz's third-party developer programme.

For more information call Sybiz on 1800 683 783.

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