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Methods Workshop to present software sol at Texprocess
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May '16
Courtesy- Methods Workshop LLC
Courtesy- Methods Workshop LLC
Methods Workshop LLC, the leading provider of engineering and costing software solutions for the fashion and sewn products industries, will feature its latest predictive, production costing and methods engineering software along with the new Shopfloor Eye shop floor control solution at the Texprocess Americas in Atlanta, US in booth no 523 on May 3-5, 2016.

Methods Workshop would feature its recently updated software, Quick TruCost (QTC) which has been designed for early-stage design, product development and pre-production costing requirements. QTC users can immediately and accurately predict the manufacturing cost of their products by answering eight to ten simple product questions.

The company would also present its Engineered TruCost v9 (ETC) software for production methods engineering and labor costing solutions. ETC enables engineers and other manufacturing professionals to quickly and accurately determine production labor costs, define operational best practices, and benchmark manufacturing performance against global standards.

“We are pleased to be bringing so many new innovations to Texprocess Americas 2016. After launching all new versions of our core standard data costing and engineering software in the past year, we are continuing to update those solutions with many new features and improvements. We are especially excited to be showing the Shopfloor Eye wireless, tablet-based shop floor control solution as it represents a revolutionary step forward in apparel and sewn products manufacturing management,” said John Stern, president, Methods Workshop.

“When we saw how it fit so well with our long-time commitment to bringing the best in performance measurement and control to our industry, we knew we wanted to promote it with all of our global clients and at this most important industry event. We look forward to meeting with the many manufacturers, brands and vertical retailers that will attend this important event,” Stern added.

The company would also feature Shopfloor Eye, a real-time shop floor control solution which collects production data and empower workers, supervisors and managers with real-time production visibility and control. (NA)

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