Before WFX, Pro Sports was stuck with a manual management system that was difficult to use and didn't offer any insight into their operations. This meant that employees had to waste time and money completing and repeating tasks that could have been handled more efficiently by another employee or department.
Managers also struggled to manage their teams because they had no way of seeing what was going on in their team and the organization as a whole. They couldn't see where there were issues or how well each team member was doing when it came to completing tasks and projects.
As a result, Pro Sports was losing money due to unnecessary losses and wastage of time, which could have been avoided if there was better visibility into operations across departments and teams.
One of the most impressive things about WFX is the ability to help us make more calculated and well-informed decisions through the Visual Analytics dashboard, Time & Action calendars, and reporting channels. The dashboards give us immediate and real-time access to all of our data and allow us to better our business strategy. We can use these tools to monitor inventory levels and create a more effective strategy for managing them. This allows us to reduce waste by being more efficient in how we use our resourcesMs. Tran Thi HaBrand Director, Pro Sports
Decrease in Delivery time
Reduction in error
Reduction in data Redundancy
Pro Sports is a leading garment manufacturer located in Vietnam that specializes in both woven and knit products. Founded in 2007, the company prides itself on creating high-quality, ethically manufactured products at a competitive price.
Pro Sports produces technical, fashion and casual outerwear through its 3 factories with 70 production lines across northern Vietnam. The company currently has a production capacity of around 2,500,000 pieces per month across categories, and is adding another large factory to its portfolio in 2022.
Pro Sports currently employs over 4,000 people and expects to increase that number to 6,000 by the end of 2022. They cater to global apparel brands across Europe, the United States, Canada, and Asia. Some of their biggest clients include: PUMA, Oneill, J. Linderberg, Birddogs, Reima and Hurley, among others.