The textile industry is the hub of numerous processes. Multiple working units are continuously producing data and work information from one site to another, to manage all the workload and processes numerous technologies and procedures are followed in the industry. Textile being the best example of supply chain and FMCG is a web of complexities & disruptive problems, that can be challenging and sometimes impossible to resolve on time. In this article, we will discuss some of these problems and possible solutions to the disruptive problems in the textile industry.
Technological Challenges in the Textile Industry:
One of the main challenges faced by the consumers of the Textile industries is the delivery and dispatching of the product. A product is the summation of many processes, the shirts you are wearing, the bedsheet on your couch, all of these items are the result of many procedures which include thrashing of fiber, knitting, fitting and many uncountable but useful processes.
Suppose, if there’s a power shortage or any other major issue due to which the timeline of processes gets disturbed, it will ultimately make the process slow which will result in the late delivery of the product. The reason behind this slowness is the informational inertia amongst the working groups, to make sure these things may not happen again, A Textile ERP Software can be a viable solution in the textile industry.
An ERP system will make sure the process-based information should be delivered to each working unit in the textile industry, so that every person working would know about the progress, at which phase the product is, and what is the elapsed time it will be in our hands. The ERP system will also help the dispatching department to decide a release date for the product in the market according to the process information.
Payments are an essential element of any business. It should be paid on time, so the processes for production should remain active. In the textile industry, there is a massive rolling of money between the industry, consumers, and vendors. Textile industries use to cater to a lot of vendors, for the continuous supply of raw materials. Once served, it is necessary to pay the vendors for their services. If they are not paid on time, then it will create a loss of faith and discontinued service.
Without money, it is impossible to run textiles. To make sure there should be all available options for the payments, a Cloud Point of Sales POS System can be used as a flexible and secure payment solution.
Web-Based Point of Sales POS Systems can help you in accessing the payment from any location. The things required to set up a cloud-based POS in the textile industry are a good hardware-software system along with a dedicated internet connection, which can easily access all payment channels.
One of the reasons why a cloud-based point of sales application should be there in industries is due to its ease of access and security. In Pakistan, many platforms are providing support for the Point of sales services in which CIS is a top-notch Point of sales service provider. CIS is operating from Karachi & their clients are present all over the Middle East.
Payroll management is a tough task. Especially when it is about industries like textiles, where many working units are operational simultaneously. Managing data of thousands of employees at a time is a tall task, and if the payrolls are being managed manually in industries, then it can create seriously. An ERP system for payroll is the right solution to manage such data.
Enterprise resource planning is a perfect solution to manage payrolls in industries, and it can help in categorizing employee data according to their scales and departments. It is up to the manager how he strategizes the data management in the better interest of the organization.
Through ERP, it is easy to manage incentives, leaves, attendance, and perks of the employees. All the related information you want can be controlled by having it on a single dashboard, which makes it easy to understand and operate without any complexity and problem.
Enterprise resource planning (ERP) and cloud-based point of sales (POS) systems have helped in reducing some technological barriers in the textile industry. There are many other issues like the quality management and control machine, life cycle management system, raw material testing system, etc. which require immediate development.
With increasing technological advancement, there are new systems developed in the market which are not only making it simple for the industrialists in the smooth operations but also creating new possibilities for the production of better products. Better Planning and easy operations in the textiles guarantee quality products with a promise of better services.
AUTHOR BIO: Kamil Riaz Kara is a Digital Marketer and Blogger. As a writer, he wrote numerous articles on technology, lifestyle and marketing. Presently associated with digital marketing agency in Pakistan named Digital Eggheads.