Visual Next Brings On Terri Ghio as VP/Chief Rainmaker and Unveils Growth Roadmap
Montreal, Canada - July 3, 2018 - More than 20 years ago, Visual 2000 began to deliver apparel management solutions to 5 clients in Montreal. Today, that number has since grown to more than 550 clients in more than 10 countries. Since that time, the world has become a more connected and exciting place, and the emphasis on businesses to stay lean in a competitive market has never been greater. Today, Visual Next’s clients are free to spend more time on making the necessary creative decisions that allow them to grow their businesses, instead of on repetitive tasks that eat up valuable resources. Visual Next doesn’t want to stop there. With the vision of building a brighter future for apparel and soft goods manufacturers, they are working on an expanded portfolio of solutions that their partners can trust.
As Visual Next looks to the next ten years and the continued success of their clients, the leadership has unveiled a roadmap to bring greater focus on how they will reach the goal of delivering value to the apparel industry with their world-class software.
At the helm, Visual Next is excited to announce the addition of Terri Ghio as the new Chief Rainmaker and Vice President of Sales & Operations. In this role, Terri will be working her magic in developing new solutions, optimizing operations as well as client experience, and building key strategic alliances.
"We have worked hard to build a solution that we are proud of and are elated to see the word is spreading about the benefits our clients have seen from partnering with Visual Next. We are working harder than ever to scale and grow the businesses in a sustainable way. I am confident that Terri’s decades of experience in the fashion technology space will be an asset to our organization during this crucial time," stated Charles Benoualid.
Having served as CEO and advisor to fashion technology companies, Terri is leading several key initiatives including expanding the product line, working to revamp the current Visual Next software platform, as well as strategically positioning Visual’s standalone PLM to compete even further in the fashion technology marketplace.
“The product is robust and unique, and I’m going to focus on helping us do more of what we do best; delivering top-tier solutions and support configured to each client’s business challenges,” explains Ghio. “The potential I see here is outstanding. Our integrated PLM solution is one of the best in the industry.”