Constant Ups & Downs

The textile spinning industry is straddled between extreme scenarios undergoing turmoil followed by resilience and raise. Spiraling cotton prices, falling margins, non-level playing fields in the market, power crisis (in some parts), lack of technology upgradation and poor government policies are some of the major contributors that affect growth. While some of the reasons are external which are beyond a single entity’s purview, some of them are internal to an organization and attributed to how one responds to the varying situations. Our success is determined by our dynamism to change ourselves and keep us ahead of the competition.

Where small lenience means big

The industry is traditional but today it’s all about modernization. Automation plays a very crucial role here. Rather than investing in technology and sophistication of machineries, automation here emphasizes on the systems and processes we adopt. We need to consistently focus to ensure that our capacity is utilized to its fullest potential, our workforce deliver their maximum performance, inventory levels are always optimized, a quick market response, etc.

From raw material sourcing to yarn production; from packing to dispatch, IT plays a crucial role. In the spinning industry, everything should be prepared and well planned that even a 1% wastage control would mean a lot.

Spinning ERP

Choosing the right technology and partner

For that matter, spinning industry is currently left with some legacy IT system, some discrete applications or no system at all. The Systems lack integration and there are gaps and replications. To most of the spinners who are badly wanting to embrace the latest technology, developers are non supportive as they desist to upgrade their development platform. But when it comes to technology solutions many cannot afford as they come from big vendors with exorbitant price tags.

Some of the other prevalent problems that can be quickly tackled are:

  • Capacity under utilization
  • Machine breakdown with no spare around
  • Un-controlled wastage
  • Poor selection of vendors
  • Cooked-up data showing false trends
  • Aged inventory

Stuck with the Old, Switch to Systech ERP

Using a legacy application would strand you amidst the following issues:
Obsolete technology and lack of technical pool, hence fail to address your growing needs and changes Read more

What We Offer

Systech ERP SAS comes here as a boon trying to balance the cost and value aspects. In a product software approach we are always quick to keep you abreast with technological advancements. Our ERP will always provide you with the real time information about your production line like the current running yarn code with its start date, machines frequently breaking down, unpacked cones on the floor, efficiency and utilization of each machine or department, yarn/raw material stock with ageing, etc.

12 Big Functionalities

  • End-to-end Production process from Mixing till Packing
  • Purchase of raw materials, stores and fixed assets
  • Complete Sales Management of yarn, waste and assets
  • Stores management related to general maintenance and upkeep
  • Inventory management right from cotton to yarn
  • Plant Maintenance
  • Energy Management
  • HR Management and payroll
  • Fixed Asset Management
  • Canteen and other Miscellaneous
  • Finance Management by seamless Tally integration
  • Value added process like fabric conversion, yarn dyeing, etc

Integration at the core

All our functional modules are tightly integrated to each other devoid of any gap or manual replication. For example the hank values entered account for production but the same data is used for maintenance as well. A single entry of labor allocation is used to arrive at the payroll as well as production cost. With features like work-flow configuration and drag-n-drop , integration still becomes handy. This level of integration also ensures data for an in-depth business analysis and intelligence.

In dormitory absenteeism, Production per spindle, Power cost, Useable waste level, Utilisation & Efficiency %, Yarn realization, MTBR, MTTR, Contribution per RF, cost per 1000 spindles per month, so-on and so-forth presented as multihued dashboards prompt you to make corrective measures instantly for that above ordinary business growth.

Lot Complaints? You are ready

How about drilling down your customer complaints against say lot#85 bag#3112 30s combed hosiery of needle breakage during knitting. By tracking its mix/lot code you can zero in on the right cause if it is due to poor fiber quality or improper labor handling or even a poorly maintained machine

Case Study

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Systech ERP Vs Conventional ERP

Systech ERP, the new age ERP is being compared with a commonly available third party ERP in the industry for SMEs . Here is a quick analysis helping you take a decision.Read more