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Zadig&Voltaire Switches to the Cloud with Infor CloudSuite Fashion for its Transformation

RUEIL-MALMAISON, France, Oct. 1, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Infor today announced that Zadig&Voltaire, a French ready-to-wear brand with operations in more than 30 countries around the world, has decided to deploy Infor CloudSuite Fashion, a cloud-based enterprise resource planning (ERP) solution for the management of end-to-end fashion processes. This project demonstrates the brand’s desire to equip itself with a new advanced management system capable of rapidly improving its operational efficiency and generating productivity gains, while adopting best market practices. The objective is to move quickly and, to achieve this, to opt for a standard solution that does not require any specific customizations.

Upgrading the IT system and streamlining business processes are the two main challenges of the Infor CloudSuite Fashion deployment project. “Our objective: to put in place the right tools to support and accompany the company’s growth, both in terms of manufacturing and distribution,” said Fabien Delivré, Zadig&Voltaire’s new

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‘Eternal Beauty’ Review: Sally Hawkins, in Another Transformation

The Welsh actor Craig Roberts dedicates his second directorial feature to “the real Calamity Jane,” making clear that “Eternal Beauty” is based on actual people in his life. (He’s also said so in interviews.) The Jane he presents in this movie — he’s also the writer — is played by Sally Hawkins, and her performance is another startling transformation in her filmography. (She’s a two-time Oscar nominee, for her work in “The Shape of Water” and “Happy Go Lucky,” playing two very different characters.)

Jane suffers from a form of schizophrenia. Her state is not entirely debilitating but is certainly erratic. And it manifests itself in often alienating behavior. She buys her own Christmas presents, opens them in front of her family and hands out receipts to the designated givers.

She definitely shouldn’t drive. She almost breaks her nephew’s neck when coming to a sudden, unnecessary stop on the road.

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