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Can use of effective systems, or rather effective use of the right systems benefits textile manufacturers and converters in these "interesting" times?

The answer is obviously, YES.

Textile manufacturing will not disappear of course, may shift geographically for a while but finally the strong will survive and thrive. Present day organizations cannot operate without effective systems. Effective as opposed to good or efficient means systems which are designed and operate under the textile scenarios and manage the textile requirements. The best system that runs Mercedes Benz or the Pentagon is probably not the most effective system when it comes to textiles. As clear and straight forward as this statement seems, we still see over and over, textile organizations selecting systems by their name of ability to run "integrated" financials, assuming managing the textile processes and business procedures is a no brainer.
We would welcome articles or stories of organizations who have selected this route and today feel the pain and the financial burden, success stories are also welcome.

There are systems out there who have …