Jordache Redesigns IT Around Cloud, Google
The '80s have been reborn in the cloud.
Jordache, the clothing brand most known for its jeans popular three decades ago, has been undergoing something of a refresh
of late. It's getting a technology makeover, too, as the 400-person company moves into the modern era.
"The infrastructure [and] technology growth is the same as the brand: Coming into a new age," said Ezri Silver, Jordache's SVP of operations, in an interview. "[For] a company to be cutting edge means you're cutting edge everywhere."
A big piece of that has been a significant shift into cloud platforms, which is anchored by the trio of Google Apps
fashion-centric enterprise resource planning software, and KWI's
retail management application.
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