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Intellocut software to revolutionize sewn products sector
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Apr '13
To boost the apparel and garment industry, Threadsol Softwares has developed a revolutionary product ‘intelloCut’, a material planning and optimization software for all sewn products industry (apparel / leather / inflatable / upholstery / footwear / home furnishing manufacturers/ technical textile).

intelloCut measures, predicts and optimizes material utilization and productivity. It not only saves material, time and labor, but contributes hugely towards greener environment.  It makes the industry lean, green, and sustainable by saving material upto 10%, improving cutting room productivity upto 30% and reducing end bits upto 70%.

First-of-its-kind in the world, this next generation product replaces all inefficient manual decision making processes with its extremely complex algorithms. It has been proven to save upto 10% fabric in all practical scenarios. intelloCut completely automates the complex Cut Order Planning, Fabric Grouping and Roll Allocation problems for maximizing savings. It also provides a rich multi-lingual user interface for ease of use. intelloCut is deployed on the cloud and therefore highly available and extremely reliable.

Besides, intelloCut has a comprehensive business intelligence reporting module that gives real-time statistics of the factory. This business intelligence module is also available as a mobile application that can run on any smart-phone and tablet.

Mausmi Ambastha, CEO at intelloCut, said on the occasion, “Fabric is the most important raw material and is 70%-80% of the garment production cost. Saving even 2% of fabric has a huge impact on the overall profitability of the company.” She also added, “There is a dire need for advanced and practical software that can optimize usage of fabric. I am sure; intelloCut will tremendously boost the sewn products industry.”

About Threadsol Softwares:

Established in 2012, Threadsol Softwares was started by a team of smart thinkers with deep understanding of apparel production and software engineering, with a view to turning apparel and garment enterprises into smarter ones.

Threadsol Softwares

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