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BTK textile deploys Datatex NOW ERP suite of solutions
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BTK textile firm in Shakhty, Russia, has implemented the NOW ERP suite of solutions by Datatex, the world's leading ERP solution provider to the textile and apparel industry, in high-tech, smart textile manufacturing process.

The selection of the Datatex solutions was made after receiving responses to its Request For Proposal (RFP) from the world's leading ERP solutions, and included very detailed sessions of presentations, system demonstrations and question and answer sessions. From BTK textile part selection team was made out of consultants, executives, and the group IT team.

The implementation process was more challenging than average as it involved a totally new business process which was being created while implementing, so procedures could be modelled and modified in real time. The system covers all customer related activities, all production planning and machine scheduling, production management and control up to the level of data collection from each machine including automated real time fabric inspection, according to a press release.

The textile company also required to set up all required local Russian set of documents to accompany the sales and purchasing cycles which are now in full operation. The system and outputs are provided both in English and in the Russian language and characters. NOW also manages inventory items at all levels at the required detail, standard pre –costing, actual costing of each order, and detailed process quality assurance.

The on-budget and on-time project was successfully executed by a very professional BTK textile team of application engineers, IT team and a group of dedicated Datatex consultants who helped implement the system while guiding the business process definition process from its birth.

The industrial process of BTK textile covers the production of fibres from natural raw materials, weaving, and finishing. (GK)

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