Tie-up with Saurer for integrating their spinning systems
Intex Consulting GmbH is a completely integrated enterprise resource planning (ERP) business suite software developer for textile manufacturers. The company provides solutions for all textile processes, from supervising machines to controlling the company. Chief executive officer (CEO) Lukas Hartmann discloses details about the company's latest software solutions.
Please give a brief description of your company.
Intex Consulting was founded in 1995 and offers ERP solutions under a standard software system. So whenever we develop upgrades or newer versions, it is easily possible for our customers to integrate the upgrades into their existing software systems. We focus only on textile mills beginning from fibre, spinning, weaving, knitting to dyeing and printing. We offer solutions for individual segments as well. The software solution is offered for all activities undertaken in a mill like sales and purchase, accounting, etc, all of which are integrated.
What new technologies did you showcase at ITMA 2019? Please share a few details.
ITMA is a good opportunity for us to discuss our software solutions with prospective customers. We have also tied up with Saurer for integrating their spinning systems, which we promoted at our stall. We also promoted a mobile application for sales personnel.
To how many countries do you export?
Our headquarters are in Germany and we have sales offices in China, Thailand, Brazil, Turkey and India. We are exporting to around 25 countries right now.
Since how many years has your company been taking part at ITMA?
We have been participating at ITMA since our company's inception.
What is your opinion of ITMA compared to other textile machinery exhibitions held in various other countries?
Since ITMA is held every four years, it is an opportunity for us to show our latest products. At ITMA, we get to meet buyers from all over the world and can have interesting discussions with them.
The textiles business is still run in very traditional ways in many countries. So how are you able to convince a prospect to buy your software?
Once we give a presentation to prospective buyers, they realise the potential, including financial benefits of adopting and installing our software. (HO)
Published on: 19/08/2019
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