The history of Mise au Green is rooted in Alsace. Since 1986, the brand's timeless, comfortable high-end garments have been making a name for themselves in Strasbourg.
Today, Mise au Green has modernized - hence the redesign of its logo in 2021 - while remaining true to the brand's hallmarks of comfort and customer excellence.
This modernization takes the form of a change of IS and a strong commitment to CSR - in particular, 100% of its collection is Oeko-Tex-100 certified.
The recent modernization of Mise au Green has resulted in a change of IS internally: the brand wanted to equip itself with new data flow management and automation tools.
With 100% of its products Oeko-Tex-100 certified, and an ambitious CSR roadmap, Mise au Green needed to industrialize traceability across its entire collection.
The brand aims to bring transparency to consumers, market products that respect human health, manage certificates and anticipate compliance with the AGEC law.
As part of its drive to modernize data management, Mise au Green has adopted a new ERP (Prios) and integrated the Trace For Good traceability tool into its information systems.
In fact, two features of the Trace For Good solution make it particularly well-suited to the brand's needs: its interoperability with ERP systems, and the ability to automate traceability without delay on a large number of references, with no volume limits.
Thanks to Trace For Good, Mise au Green was able to launch a traceability process for its 600 product references. In just 2 months and without any intervention from its teams, Mise au Green was able to triple the number of known suppliers.
Traceability information is made available to consumers via QR codes on products, and Mise au Green was able to comply with the AGEC law ahead of the relevant deadline.
You can find the product data sheets for environmental qualities and characteristics in the footer of the website. Mise au Green.