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Mausmi from intelloCut wins Woman Entrepreneur Quest
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Nov '13
intelloCut, a material planning and optimization software for sewn products (apparel/ leather/ inflatable/ upholstery footwear/ home furnishing/ technical textile ) has announced that Mausmi Ambastha, Founder & Director of intelloCut has won the Woman Entrepreneur Quest 2013 (WEQ).

WEQ is a unique contest presented by the Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing. It is designed to promote and showcase early-stage technology ventures with a technology component, founded or led by women entrepreneurs in all technologies. This third edition of glittering WEQ was held as a part of the annual Grace Hopper Celebration (GHC) of Women in Computing, Bangalore on November 15, 2013.

Mausmi has received a whopping Rs 5 Lakhs sponsored by Anita Borg Institute for Women in Technology and also complimentary legal consulting from Novojuris.

On the occasion, Mausmi says, “I am highly honored and feel very fortunate to be the winner of the WEQ 2013. This award has reinforced my belief that nothing is impossible for a willing heart, we just need to have determination, perseverance and will for relentless effort.

WEQ is a fantastic platform for female entrepreneurs to get inspired and empowered to turn their ideas into a reality and build successful businesses. It not only adds zeal to the participants with wonderful prizes, but also encourages with tremendous networking opportunity . This award not only brings me recognition and happiness, but also inspires me to work even harder in future.

A heartfelt thanks to my awesome team at intelloCut for walking on this sojourn with me and being relentless in their efforts every step of the way.”

In any manufacturing unit, 60-80% of operating cost is on fabric. Even saving 2% fabric brings 12% increase in profitability. intelloCut not only saves fabric, but drastically reduces the time and labour required for order planning and fabric consumption. It automatically creates a cut order from input data, suggests grouping, allocates rolls and plans remnants, by reducing number of plies, markers, bodies-cut and end-bit wastage.

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