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Software tech company Aptean acquires ERP provider Exenta

Published: 2021-08-12

Aptean – a software providing company – has acquired Exenta to expand its industry-oriented ERP capabilities in apparel and textile sector.

It’s worth noting here that Exenta is a leading provider of ERP, PLM, SFC, distribution and Innovation Lifecycle Management solutions for manufacturers and brands.

Aptean says its products can help businesses of all scales succeed in their segments and the recent addition of fashion and textile industry is going to get certain benefits with the cutting-edge software technology.

According to Aptean – that serves over 20 markets – it provides its products with both cloud-based and on-premises deployment options to meet the clients’ requirements.

On the other hand, Exenta works with over 41,000 customers across 15 countries worldwide. Its industry-specific software platforms are designed to provide users with the flexibility they need to adapt to the demands of the apparel and fashion markets.

The addition of Exenta’s various cloud-based and on-premises enterprise technology solutions will help Aptean continue to build on its industry-focused ERP capabilities and better serve fast fashion companies.

TVN Reddy, CEO of Aptean, commented that “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.”