Sri Lanka’s leading enterprise solution provider H One, owned by the 120-year old apparel powerhouse Hirdaramani Group, recently launched RES.Q | QMS, a quality management solution tailored to minimise defects in apparel manufacturing. The cloud-based solution offers a comprehensive view of factory floor production quality to decision-makers.
The software uses data analytics to improve production quality, reduces wastage , enables faster and more accurate decision-making and eliminates reporting time lags, according to media reports in Sri Lanka.
Users need minimal training and it businesses of all sizes can easily adapt it. It also does not require expensive servers and can be set up in under a week.
The solution is based on a concept called ‘Industry 4.0’, which advocates the idea of a smart factory, wherein digital and physical systems monitor the physical processes on the factory floor to bring greater visibility and speed to the decision-making process.
It improves the cut-to-ship ratio, the percentage of garments shipped out of total no of garments cut for the order, which is a key performance indicator in any garment factory and represents the losses incurred.
In Sri Lanka, the average cut to ship ratio is 98 per cent, but the loss is in millions for most manufacturers. With the new solution, manufacturers can cut back on this 2 per cent loss. (DS)
Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India