Styleforum is going on Instagram Live today with Eva Kuhle of Epaulet
Today, Peter talks to Eva Kuhle of Epaulet, a long time Styleforum member and sponsor, in the latest episode in our ongoing series of conversations about COVID-19 and the impact the global pandemic on the menswear industry
Tune in at 4:00 p.m. PDT
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Thank you dear friend.
I would much rather know your workers were being protectedThank you dear friend.
Due to the Corona crisis, the government here has enforced a three week shutdown of our region.
Hence, we have paused production at our facilities till 15th of April.
Many of our orders are in different stages of completion and once the shutdown is lifted, we will be able to fulfill the orders at high priority.
Our customer service and IT teams are working from home during this period. We are thus glad to answer any queries you may have during the period.
We can work on advising you on styling and fit and can help you plan your wardrobe for the beautiful period days we will see after this phase is over.
A month ago, when there was some discussion on social distancing and the virus, we started analyzing our operations and processes on how we could control possible spread of the virus.I would much rather know your workers were being protected
than get my shirts in the pipeline.
Good time for you to ask that question. We have started exploring options to implement an ERP system for our processes.Hi luxire, have you considered implementing a system of automatic emails to notify people when items move to the next stage? I use another tailor that does this and I find it helps alleviate the rush plus I'm sure people send emails constantly inquiring about when are they going to receive their things. Anyway just an ideaView attachment 1360862
AwesomeGood time for you to ask that question. We have started exploring options to implement an ERP system for our processes.
The idea is to speed production, make delivery times predictable, keep the customer informed of the status, make sure we do not need to send "out of stock" emails and prevent orders from "slipping through the cracks".
Options we are exploring are NetSuite and Odoo.
If our members have some knowledge/experience of others systems we should know of, please suggest.
Great work, makes me look forward even more to placing my next order (once my current one with swatches arrives after the shutdown!) A company worth my business.Now, all our workers and team members are advised to stay home. They continue to be paid their salaries and benefits
They literally said that during the store closing they are available on mail to give advice on fit etc. Or am I misinterpreting their earlier post? No need to be passive aggressive, maybe the lockdown is getting to you.The stores are closed. Check the news, there’s this pandemic happening at the moment you might’ve missed.