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Dekko saves 9.07% fabric using ThreadSol's IntelloCut
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Dec '15
ThreadSolSoftwares, the pioneer in enterprise material management solutions for sewn product industry, has announced that Bangladesh firm, Dekko, has achieved 9.07 per cent fabric saving with its flagship product, IntelloCut.

Keeping up with the evolving times of technology, ThreadSol is using smartphone and tablet applications to seamlessly integrate with manufacturers. IntelloCut's feedback tablet application has helped Dekko not only save fabric but also significantly reduce process loss, according to a press release.

Kalpan, owner of Dekko said, “While fabric saving was the highlight, it was ThreadSol's overall approach to streamline processes and to generate automated reports on the phone, which made a difference for us. The impressive fabric saving of 9.07 per cent in the first two weeks deeply instilled our belief in the product. After these three successful implementations, we are definitely looking forward to invest in a bigger strategic partnership to streamline the processes in all Dekko units.”

Anas Shakil, country head (Bangladesh), ThreadSol said, “The interest taken by Team Dekko and their tremendous support during the implementations was one of the key factors behind our success. A world class setup marries a world class planning software bringing over 10 per cent of floor fabric savings.”

IntelloCut and IntelloBuy, products of ThreadSol, together offer complete Enterprise Material Management that help manufacturers save fabric cost and boost their top line by 50 per cent. IntelloCut gives manufacturers the edge to reduce their material wastage by using effective concepts of fabric utilization packaged in advance technology, thereby boosting profits in a click. ThreadSol has been successful in saving fabric cost for more than 70 factories in 8 geographies. Within 6 months of operation in the Bangladesh apparel market, big names like Kenpark, Regency, Aman Graphics and Pacific Jeans have already adopted ThreadSol's solutions. (GK)

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