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Methods Workshop to unveil costing solution at Colombiatex
Jan '15
Methods Workshop, the leading provider of engineering and costing software solutions for the fashion and sewn products industries, is set to launch its Quick TruCost V9 (QTC) early-stage costing software at Colombiatex 2015 expo to be held from January 27 to 29, 2015, at Medellin, Colombia.

Visitors at the expo are expected to get a hands-on demonstration of the newly redesigned product development and pre-production costing solution in the Methods Workshop stand. The software developer and marketer will also exhibit its popular Engineered TruCost (ETC) production costing and engineering solution at the region’s leading tradeshow.

With version 9, QTC gains an all-new technology stack based on the Microsoft.NET Framework, SQL Server Database and Visual C# (C-sharp) development tools. These advanced technologies enable QTC to deliver state of the industry capabilities and a superior user experience on a dependable and scalable computing platform, Methods Workshop said in a statement.

Quick TruCost is designed for early-stage design, product development, and pre-production costing requirements. By answering eight or ten simple product questions, QTC users can immediately and accurately predict the manufacturing cost of their products.

Engineered TruCost enables engineers and other manufacturing professionals to quickly and accurately determine production labour costs, define operational best practices, and benchmark manufacturing performance against global standards. Together, these innovative Methods Workshop solutions enable fashion brands and manufacturers to identify and control costs throughout the product development and production processes.

Methods Workshop president John Stern said, “We are excited with the opportunity to launch QTC 9 at Colombiatex. While it was already a valuable solution for brands and manufacturers, QTC 9 has now been completely redesigned around the latest Microsoft technologies to provide greater costing performance and a superior user experience. We are confident that many apparel and fashion companies in South America will be interested to learn how this software can help them predict costs earlier, more accurately and in a fraction of the usual time.” (GK)

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