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Methods Workshop to display costing software at Texprocess
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Methods Workshop, the leading provider of engineering and costing software solutions for the fashion and sewn products industries, is set to present its recently redesigned costing software solutions at the Texprocess trade fair in Frankfurt, Germany, from May 4 to 7, 2015.

The solutions developer and global marketer will offer hands-on demonstrations of its Quick TruCost v9 (QTC) early-stage costing software; and Engineered TruCost v9 (ETC) production methods engineering and labour costing solutions in Hall 5, Level 0, Stand B20.

Quick TruCost is designed for early-stage design, product development and pre-production costing requirements. By answering eight to 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, according to a company press release.

Leveraging the latest Microsoft technology stack, including the .NET Framework, SQL Server Database, and Visual C# (C-sharp) development tools, these innovative solutions from Methods Workshop deliver state of the industry capabilities and a superior user experience on a dependable and scalable computing platform.

Methods Workshop president John Stern said, “We are excited to present these important innovations at the largest industry event in the world. After receiving overwhelmingly positive reviews in the US and Latin America, we expect to see strong interest from the European and broader global audience at the Frankfurt event. We look forward to helping manufacturers, brands and vertical retailers find solutions to their challenges at this event.” (GK)

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