Aptean has announced the acquisition of Exenta, creator of enterprise resource planning (ERP), product lifecycle management (PLM), innovation lifecycle management, and shop floor control (SFC) solutions to support the fast fashion, apparel, and soft goods industries. Aptean, based in the US, is a provider of mission-critical enterprise software solutions.
Exenta’s industry-specific software platforms provide customers flexibility to quickly adapt to the highly dynamic demands of the fashion and apparel markets. Exenta combines scalable, intuitive technology with deep domain expertise in design, sourcing, production and distribution. Exenta’s ERP, PLM, and SFC solutions help customers streamline operations, increase revenue and enhance efficiency, while their EDI solution enables seamless communication with vendors and consumers, Aptean said in a press release.
Exenta’s software can be hosted in the cloud or installed on-premise. Exenta serves more than 41,000 users in 15 countries worldwide. Its products support multiple languages and currencies. The addition of Exenta’s enterprise technology solution further builds Aptean’s industry-focused ERP capabilities in the apparel, footwear and accessories vertical.
“Today’s transaction extends our ERP leadership through the addition of Exenta’s leading solutions and further enhances Aptean’s growth prospects in the fashion industry. With Exenta, we can provide brands and apparel manufacturers more tools and capabilities to grow their businesses, while increasing productivity and profitability. On behalf of everyone at Aptean, we welcome the talented Exenta team into the Aptean family and look forward to working closely with them to drive further innovation,” TVN Reddy, CEO of Aptean said in a press release.
“We are excited to be joining forces with Aptean and are confident that we will benefit from its global resources and expertise as we continue to deliver state-of-the-art enterprise solutions for the fashion industry. Aptean shares our culture of innovation and collaboration. Together, we will be even better positioned to serve our customers and provide our team a platform to grow,” Roberto Mangual, CEO of Exenta said.