ERP software needs For today's textile industry


ERP software needs
For today's textile industry

Software supplier profile 

     IT provider focused exclusively on textiles, apparel, & rolled goods business for more than 10 years
     Over 400 customers worldwide, in many countries, in many languages
     Over 100 employees, international offices, & global business local competence centers.
     Formal & informal relationships with textile consulting organizations

The solution

     ERP solution specifically for the needs of textiles & apparel companies, written in Java.
     Tools that interface to legacy ERP
     Capacity Planning for Balancing Plants and Work Centers
     Machine Scheduling & Sequencing
     Manufacturing Execution System / Production Reporting / Shop Floor Data Collection
     Fabric Inspection & Cut Optimization
     Business Analytics / Intelligence – Dashboards, Scorecards, & Reporting
     Product Development Manager (PDM)

What in needs to do

     Sales & Order Fulfillment – Order acceptance, allocation, releases, shipping, invoicing, & returns / credits
     Planning & Scheduling – Translating & optimizing textile demand into action plans, considering material availability, work center capacity, alternative materials / routings, & subcontractors
     Sourcing – Manage creation of orders, pricing, visibility and transportation of goods
     Manufacturing – Production cycle management, from raw materials to finished goods, including formula / recipe management, WIP, & quality control
     Costing – Granular product & manufacturing costs accumulated at either standard or actual cost
     Inventory Control / Warehouse Management – Tracking materials at all levels of inventory along the supply chain, including key technical data, size, quality levels, & roll / piece numbers
     Purchasing – Procurement with user–defined policies to optimize material availability

Industry 

     Traditional Textiles – Fiber (Natural & Synthetic), Yarn Spinning / Twisting / Texturizing, Warping, Weaving, Knitting, Nonwovens, Dyeing, Printing, Finishing, Rope / Cordage / Twine, Cut & Sew, Apparel / Sportswear, Footwear, Leather Goods, & Fashion Accessories
     Non – Traditional Textiles – Narrow Fabrics, Life Sciences / Hygienic, Transportation, GeoTextiles / Environmental, Seamless Knitting / Whole Garment, Digital Printing, Value Added Services, Carpet, Rugs, Floor Coverings, Kevlar / Nomex Fabrics, & Rolled Goods
     Who needs IT:
     Companies with Non – textile ERP legacy systems used primarily for Financials, HR, & Payroll
     Companies changing business requirements
     Companies with A need to reduce total cost of IT

Best supplier profile

    Focus exclusively on textiles production, offer solutions that specifically consider the unique needs of this industry segment
     ERP solution is developed in Java, ensuring an investment in technology with a secure future
     Most sophisticated planning & scheduling tools available in today’s market
     Offers flexible solutions that fit diverse customer environments & product offerings; from single step / process companies to fully vertical / supply chain integrated enterprises
     Proven solution implementations: Capable to install industry best practices for both the production & management of textile companies
     Product support: Continuous development & improvements come through periodic release

WHY IT MATTERS

     Costing improvements – Gain accuracy & insight into your standard & actual costs with activity based costing elements that can be grouped or detailed at any level you wish. Because of this costing granularity & visibility, customers have…
     Changed to push more profitable products because they could view costs by the ‘machine hour.’
     Moved production for one item to another facility to improve the profit factors for that product.
     Planning & Scheduling improvements – Using such tools will enable you to squeeze additional capacity from your production, as well as optimizing the sequencing of orders to minimize setup / change-over times. Using these integrated tools, customers have…
     Saved money in purchasing at better unit pricing for raw materials
     Streamlined their production by better sequencing of operations by using alternative materials & / or routings (including external operations)
     Improved production efficiencies by eliminating setup & change – over times
     Split large production orders across multiple machines; grouped several smaller quantity orders into fewer / economical larger quantity work orders
     Reducing obsolete inventory – The days of “make it & we can sell it” are long gone. Knowing exactly what & when you need to make a product insures that your inventory doesn’t sit too long in the warehouse. Using the complete industry dedicated solution, customers have…
     Eliminated almost 80 % of their un – sellable inventory, a savings of several million dollars.
     Converted former warehouse space into production because they were doing more inventory turns each year. This resulted in an 18 % overall growth of the business.

SITUATIONAL QUESTIONS

     Sales: Do you have visibility of all your orders through all stages of the production & fulfillment process? Does it take your company too long to introduce new products? Do you have to handle long – term / blanket sales contracts, samples, assortments, & collections?
     Planning: Does your current system handle mixed mode needs such as weave / knit to stock but finish to order? Does it handle multiple UM’s for the same product (production, packaging, sales, etc.)? Can you support requirements for Lot / Batch / Container / Roll / Piece numbering? Can you view your inventory levels by user – definable attributes (style, color, size, finish, etc.)? Do you feel that your planning is mostly “looking into a rearview mirror?”
     Production: Do your current Routings need to be able to handle waste, elongation / shrinkage, alternative work centers, & progressions of partial quantities? Do you need visibility into your Work in Process (WIP) inventory & integration so that Customer Service too can see what you are running? Do you need support for dynamic Bills of Material (BOM) & Routings, including alternative machines, dye house formulas / recipes & re – work processing?
     Customer Service: Are you able to provide accurate Available to Promise (ATP) dates? Do you have the visibility & integration into your systems to provide accurate answers to customer inquiries? Are you losing customer loyalty because of missed ship dates?
     Finance: Does your lack of integration or visibility into Production mean that it is taking you too long to do periodic reporting & closing activities? Do you know that ‘bottom line profits’ are down, but you don’t know the reasons why? Do you need access to multiple sources of data to answer “the question?”
     Executive Management: Are you missing important business intelligence to make the best business decisions? Is business volume up while profits are down? Do you need a real – time view of your business? Is it taking you too long to introduce new products to the market?                                                                                                                Information Technology: Is your IT budget shrinking; do you have to ‘do more with less?’ Do your current systems contain “islands of information” that don’t easily integrate? Does company managem really trust the information your systems provide?

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