Essential Apparel Weaves New Windows 7 Solutions with Help From eMazzanti
A new case study on the Hoboken-based international online apparel company backgrounds how
eMazzanti Technologies landed a spot for the firm in an early adopter Windows 7 program that is
already accelerating order processing and improving customer support.
Hoboken, N.J. (PRWEB) August 25, 2009 -- A new business-focused case study that chronicles the benefits of
Windows 7 technology for EssentialApparel.com, seller of brand-name apparel, lingerie and outerwear, has been
published by Microsoft.
EssentialApparel.com's IT consultant, eMazzanti Technologies, secured the case study opportunity for the firm as
part of an early-adopter program for Windows 7 called Ignite. Only a few dozen companies in the US were
invited to participate. "Because of the strong relationship with Microsoft, we regularly get asked to nominate
outstanding clients that get to be first technology movers," noted Carl Mazzanti, chief executive office, eMazzanti
"EssentialApparel.com is a great example of a forward-thinking customer that aggressively seeks the best
technology solutions it can find."
eMazzanti Technologies helped EssentialApparel.com discover a number of Windows 7 features that are
accelerating order processing and improving customer support. "Speed of business and managing costs are our
two evergreen challenges," commented Kim Hubelbank, Director of Systems, EssentialApparel.com. "We're
constantly looking for operational efficiencies."
"The full case study identifies six ways EssentialApparel.com is benefiting from the Windows 7 technology and
our IT expertise," said Mazzanti. "Following are three examples."
New Custom Gadget Boosts Productivity by 15 Percent
Essential Apparel took advantage of the custom gadget capability in Windows 7 and improved productivity.
"eMazzanti created a custom gadget--Essential Gadget-- that enables us to monitor pick, pack and ship status. It's
probably responsible for a 15 perce