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  1. Presentation Prepared Exclusively For Hawkins Fabrics

  2. Offices New York Dominican Rep. Pompano Beach Latin America Support Programming Total Staff 7 People Corporate Headquarters Executive Offices Technical Support Programming Research & Development Documentation Finance Total Staff 21 People Sales Consulting Total Staff 3 People

  3. Hathaway Shirt Co. Fruit Of The Loom Sara Lee Knit Products(Hanes) Bebe High Profile Customers Over 150 Installations Guess? GrupoM Vantage Custom Classics

  4. Can grow from less than 16 Users to more than 200 Users

  5. System Architecture Apparel Software Unix Platform IBM RS6000 HP 9000 SCO Unix Mini Computers & PCs SQL Database Informix Standard Engine Informix Online Engine Apparel Oriented 4GL Report Writer C Language Native C Language Embedded SQL

  6. Research & Development • Object Oriented • Java Language • Database Independence • Hardware Independence • Launch From A Browser

  7. Why A.C.T. ? • Proven Track Record of Successful Long Term Relationships • Professional Organization with over 14 years of Apparel Industry Experience • True Database Platform • Extensive R&D means the latest and best Technology for our Clients • Stable Sustained Growth

  8. Why A.C.T. ? • Experience and insight (both operationally and technically) • We enjoy our business with the same enthusiasm and determination as a start-up operation

  9. Current Products

  10. New suite of browser based applications for JavaTM TM TM Java is a registered trademark of Sun Microsystems, Inc. Fashion Café and webTML are trademarks of Accelerated Computer Technologies, Inc.

  11. New Browser Based Applications TM • Production Scheduling (internal, GrupoM) • Production Scheduling (Internet Access, GrupoM) • Contractor Scheduling (full import, Guess Jeans) • Distribution (picking process, Bebe) Fashion Café is a trademark of Accelerated Computer Technologies, Inc.

  12. Next Business Challenge The Implementation & Support Have a functional product Deliver on time Limit resource exposure Initial On-going Control costs Initial On-going

  13. Main Menu

  14. Menu Interface & Security Security Levels & Passwords Available On Every Menu Option A Custom Menu For Each Work Group Can Also Be Created

  15. Version Control Source Code Control is strictly enforced

  16. Program Options Available Multiple Options Are Available Within Every Program During the implementation your company will work with a qualified consultant to investigate the options that best suit your company’s needs.

  17. OP - Order Processing Menu

  18. OP - Enter New Order

  19. OP - Enter New Order (Header, no customer selected) Hot keys are available at every data entry field

  20. OP - Enter New Order (Header, selecting customer cont.) You can either page down or jump to a customer by typing in a few first letters of the customer name.

  21. OP - Enter New Order (Header, selecting customer cont2.)

  22. OP - Enter New Order (Detail, season style field) One of the systems most powerful features is the Finished Goods Flexible Key. It is a 19 position alphanumeric field that allows you to break up your inventory numbering scheme in various ways. For this example we are using Season, Style and Color.

  23. OP - Enter New Order (Detail, normal size ranges) The next field is the size ranges. The following example demonstrates a typical Small Medium Large combination.

  24. OP - Enter New Order (Detail, larger linear size ranges cont.) You may have a size range that can not fit onto the screen. The system will allow you to scroll to the right for more size buckets.

  25. OP - Enter New Order (Detail, larger linear size ranges cont2.) You may have a size range that can not fit onto the screen. The system will allow you to scroll to the right for more size buckets.

  26. OP - Enter New Order (Detail, matrix size ranges) The most complex garments to automate are those than have multiple dimensions such as slacks, tailored shirts and bras.

  27. OP - Enter New Order (Detail, matrix size ranges cont2.) A matrix scheme allows maximum product flexibility. Data entry fields are not accessible for size ranges that are not sold or produced.

  28. OP – Order Inquiry (by Order, Regular)

  29. OP – Order Inquiry (by Order, Regular cont6.) Item summary information is displayed.

  30. OP – Order Inquiry (by Order, Regular cont7.) One key stroke is needed for more details.

  31. OP – Order Inquiry (by Order, Regular cont8.) Now lets look at the details of a more complex item.

  32. OP – Order Inquiry (by Order, Regular cont9.) Notice that the system is intelligent to not show sizes that only have zero quantities. This makes searching easier for the user.

  33. OP – Order Inquiry (by Order, Regular cont10.) You can also hit a hot key to jump to the Global Cut & Sold inquiry to look up all history for this style.

  34. OP – Order Inquiry (by Order, Regular cont11.) You can select any record to find out more audit details.

  35. OP – Order Inquiry (by Order, Regular cont12.) You can select any record to find out more audit details. In this example we are able to see that user “brian” entered 20 pieces of item 01 31222 color White for order number 1232 on 07/25/2000. The same information can be viewed for any other transaction that effects quantities.

  36. OP – Order Cancel (Order Inquiry, cont7.) The audit tables are very powerful and track every single hit to the database. In this circumstance it shows that user “brian” entered an order for 20 pieces and then canceled the 20 piece on the same day. The total equals 0 but there is information behind the scenes.

  37. OP – Order Inquiry (using Pick Tickets as work orders for embellishment, VCC) Some companies use Pick Tickets to have finished blanks removed from inventory and then tracked through the embellishment process simulating a production work order.

  38. OP – Order Inquiry (using Pick Tickets as work orders for embellishment, VCC cont.) A hot key can then be selected to see how the items went through the process in order to be shipped to the customer.

  39. OP – Order Inquiry (using Pick Tickets as work orders for embellishment, VCC cont2.) Certain step sequences can automatically occur when a system function is initiated. For example, the printing of a work order (sequence #2) happened automatically. Other events may occur during user entry or barcode scanning of the work order (in this case the Pick Ticket).

  40. OP – Order Inquiry (viewing attached Designs) ############ @@@@@@@ @@@@@@@ ############ ############ A hot key is available to see the designs attached to an item.

  41. OP – Order Inquiry (viewing attached Designs cont.) ############ @@@@@@@@ @@@@@@@ ############ ############ In this example there are two embroidered designs.

  42. Main Menu

  43. IN – Inventory Control Menu

  44. IN – Style Information

  45. IN – Style Information (cont.) One of the systems most powerful features is the Finished Goods Flexible Key.

  46. IN – Style Information (cont2.) It is a 19 position alphanumeric field that allows you to break up your inventory numbering scheme in various ways.

  47. IN – Style Information (cont3.) For this example we are using Season, Style and Color.

  48. IN – Style Information (cont4.) A contractor may want to add a prefix for customer and division.

  49. IN – Style Information (cont5.) Classification for US Customs. For 807 & 9802 Manufacturing.

  50. IN – Style Information (cont6.)