ecVision Appoints PLM and Supply Chain Executive to VP Sales
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ISELIN, NJ -- (Marketwire) -- 02/23/11 -- ecVision, provider of supply chain collaboration solutions for brands and retailers, announced today the appointment of Erik Carr to Vice President, Sales Americas. In his new position, he will oversee the sales team's strategy and execution as the company continues to respond to the growing demand from the retail market for its supply chain collaboration platform, ecVision® B2B Portal.

"ecVision is the only provider of collaboration solutions that effectively enables the integration of comprehensive data and functionality on a shared platform to maximize supply chain flexibility," said Carr. "I am excited to bring my experience working with enterprise organizations to illustrate ROI from PLM and supply solutions to ecVision."

Erik brings 27 years of enterprise software sales and management experience to the ecVision team. Most recently he was the VP of Sales at PARTsolutions. Prior to PARTsolutions, he was RM/VP Sales at Oracle, Agile Software and Prodika (North American Strategic Accounts - PLM for Process). At Prodika, his team's sales efforts contributed to two acquisitions -- first by Agile and then by Oracle. Erik has also worked for Siemens PLM/UGS/SDRC where he held various sales and sales management roles including Regional Country Manager for Australia, New Zealand and Singapore.

About ecVision
ecVision provides supply chain collaboration solutions that connect private label brands and retailers with their trading partner community. The ecVision® B2B Portal provides visibility and facilitates collaboration across the total product lifecycle from design to delivery. The cloud-based platform helps best-in-class retailers streamline their global sourcing operations resulting in improved speed to market, minimized supplier risk, and higher margins.

Headquartered in New Jersey, ecVision has offices in Hong Kong and China, in addition to a partner network in 15 countries providing local support. ecVision has connected over 15,000 factories around the world with leading brands and retailers like Phillips-Van Heusen, New Balance, Timberland, Abercrombie & Fitch and others.

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