Case study – My Workwear

Case study – My Workwear

Under the leadership of managing directors Ben Simpson and James Worthington, MyWorkwear produces thousands of garments every week for companies large and small across the UK.

Using state-of-the-art embroidery and print machines, the company adds logos, names and designs onto uniforms, workwear, teamwear, promotional items and other garments.

The business also supplies PPE and non-personalised clothing from its 6,500 sq ft premises to its customers predominantly in the Midlands and nationwide.

MyWorkwear was growing rapidly and needed its internal systems to reflect the upsurge in orders which is where the Made Smarter West Midlands programme came in.

The company received a £20,000 grant to invest in an Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) system and software which they match-funded to improve its digitisation.

Ben Simpson, co-managing director, said: “We re-branded as MyWorkwear in 2000 when we launched the online side of the business and, having made lots of investment in the company over the last few years, we started to grow really quickly.

“Our systems were starting to struggle because we still had processes in place from a long time ago.

“That is why being involved with Made Smarter has helped to transform this side of the business and securing a grant was extremely helpful.”

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