Intex aiding digitalisation in textiles
Intex Consulting offers software that is specialised for planning and scheduling functions across textile value chain.
The global enterprise resource planning (ERP) software provider, Intex Consulting Group, presented a host of solutions for enabling digital transformation of textile production at ITME 2022. It provides ERP and manufacturing execution system (MES) solutions for all textile processes – from supervising machines to managing business. “Intex Consulting offers software that is specialised for planning and scheduling functions across textile value chain. We offer solutions for all processes from yarn to fabric or made-up stage. Indian, being a textile manufacturing hub, is one the major markets for us. Besides handling projects in India, the local unit of Intex is a hub for South East Asia and also works on developing software for the company,” explained Rohit Pandit, MD, Intex Consulting Group, India.
Textile is one of the most complex and intertwined industries. To manage this high level of complexity of the whole textile chain, digital solutions are a must. Intex offers holistic and fully integrated ERP software that is developed specifically for customers from the textile industry. He elaborated, “As you go up the value chain, the complexity increases. Our biggest value-add comes when there are high level of complexities involved in the processes. With our software, we help the customers to reduce manufacturing time and increase production efficiency.”
Intex helps in realising economic potentials by shortening cycle times, increasing OEE (Overall Equipment Effectiveness), reducing ecological impact, ensuring 99.9 per cent stock accuracy, etc. Speaking the about the trends, Rohit Pandit said, “Covid gave a leap to digitalisation. Today, customers are demanding digital tools for easing operation processes and efficient functioning of the company; thus, creating more business opportunities of us.”