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PolyPM helps manufacturers optimize production
04
Jun '08
Polygon Software, a leading developer of Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) and Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) solutions for apparel businesses, today announced the introduction of PolyPM Cut Planning. PolyPM's Cut Planning module helps users build an optimum marker plan and spreads for efficient production.

Fully integrated with PolyPM's Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) module, all aspects of the production process including markers, fabric, and estimated material requirements are available with each production order. By working with integrated cut planning, businesses are able to maintain their production data in one central database which creates a more efficient operation and reduces errors.

Web-enabled, using Microsoft SQL database engine, PolyPM integrates all aspects of the design through production process: product development, costing, sourcing, manufacturing, inventory, sales and distribution. By integrating business processes and people anywhere in the world, businesses use PolyPM to realize more efficient work flow, improved productivity and cost reductions. PolyPM creates an environment that lets management get decision making information when and how it needs it, to ensure faster time-to-market and exploit new business opportunities. Plus, PolyPM is flexible enough to change with business conditions, so management won't need a cadre of programmers to customize and restructure the system as business conditions change.

Cut Planning uses an efficient three-step process that begins with planning the optimum markers and total plies required. Based on this information, a spread plan is automatically created that shows the required markers, marker lengths, material plies, and relationships to the cuts. When the spread plan is approved, cut orders are also automatically created, saving the labor intensive time associated with manually building cut orders.

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