Improve Fashion’s Processes with Stealth

Operations Training


This training is aimed to Fashion professionals who use Stealth® for the management of their key processes. The main elements of the course concern the daily use of Stealth® in a standard configuration.
By participating in this training, you will gain an in-depth knowledge about the dynamics and fundamental processes that characterize Fashion companies in the digital age, also focussing on specific industrial trends.  
You will also receive a detailed overview of how to navigate through Stealth®’s features. 
Stealth Go! is the software platform used for training.


Training audience

The training is aimed at Dedagroup Stealth’s professionals and partners. 
The course is also available to new users, a dedicated support will be provided.


Training delivery

To guarantee a quick and deep learning experience, all lessons in this course are on-site and full-time.



All participants will obtain a Stealth training certification.



 Lessons will be held by Dedagroup Stealth’s experienced professionals with a deep expertise in fashion industry processes and Stealth’s features. See trainers’ profiles


Training Details

Lesson plan 1 | Core processes and functionalities

40 hours, including 12 hours of practical experience

  • Overview of Fashion Industry’s processes and Stealth’s intercompany management features;
  • Main system functionalities for users: requests monitoring, launching parameters, R&S utilization, etc.);
  • Records' data management (products, materials, clients, vendors, agents, warehouses)
  • Sales catalogue management and client’s order management;
  • Purchasing management (suppliers’ orders, warehouse goods receiving, invoices’ checks);
  • Finished products management (MPS).

Lesson plan 2 | Sales and Distribution

40 hours, including 12 hours of practical experience

  • Sales’ forecasts;
  • Clients’ order management utilities;
  • Clients’ order assignment;
  • Shipment management (picking list and warehouse handling)
  • Invoices and credit notes management;
  • Returned goods management

Lesson plan 3 | Supply and Production

40 hours, including 20 hours of practical experience

  • Technical data management (BOM and receivable/payable cycles management);
  • Material requirements planning (MRP and production plan);
  • Production management (orders, withdrawals, advances, warehouse payments);
  • Costs (standards and medium) and valorizations (WIP and stocks)
  • Orders’ costs analysis.

Lesson plan 4 | Stealth Retail

24 hours, including 9 hours of practical experience

  • Stealth Retail main functionalities;
  • Fashion Industry’s process analysis with a focus on point of sales;
  • POS Management (assortment and prices, master data set, stock, transfers, inventory, consumers, receipts, etc.)