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This article was published on: 6/03/20 9:55 AM

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ERP for Textile Industry

ERP – A necessity for the Apparel Industry!

“A leader is one who knows the way, goes the way and shows the way!”

John C. Maxwell

Are you the kind of entrepreneur who aims high and set standards for a generation? Are you unafraid of adopting the nuances of technology to enhance and improvise workflow in your organization?


Like any other industry, textile is also a manufacturing unit which cannot operate efficiently without ERP Software Solutions in today’s competitive market scenario.

erp for Textile industry

One of our patrons,

Mr. Lakshman Joukani,

Director, Bellamoosh is a live example who has achieved great benefits from implementing Expand ERP in his organization. Since then he has been experiencing seamless work flow in his textile manufacturing and retail business.

Challenges that were faced by Mr. Joukani and solved by Team Expand:


  • Orders and packing instructions were allotted in different units of measurement like dozens, sets, packets, bundles etc for various buyers of the same product.
  • Order and production planning based on production ratio of size, color, design, styles etc was initiated.
  • Automated bill of material for repeat orders now can be generated.
  • Tracking issue, consumption and receipt, wastage, scrap and Quality check for each stage of production for both in house and outsourced jobbers can be issued easily.
  • In built workflow for repeat works against each stage of production along with cost can be tracked
  • Inventory and job pending tracking of each jobber at every production stage was activated.
  • Calculation of actual cost of production, factoring material consumption, reworks and contractor’s bills comparison with estimated plan was executed.
  • Various MIS reports on inventory tracking based on size color, lot no, design and other attributes were prepared.

Mr. Joukani is our happy and satisfied client. He can now focus on other broader goals and achieve his mission faster.

Indian Textile Industry is one of the largest industries in India. It is the second largest in terms of providing employment opportunities to more than 35 million people in the country. It contributes to 7% of industrial output in terms of value, 2% of India’s GDP and to 15% of country’s export earnings. 

It is quite overwhelming to realize that your textile company contributes to this statistics, knowing how arduous it is to manage a large manufacturing company. To make your business processing simpler adopt our cutting edge ERP Solution on cloud and let the software manage your business processings.

ERP for Textile and Apparel industry:

The use of technology is a necessity in today’s business and the apparel industry with specific capabilities for design, production and supply chain management. ERP Solution are largely used for effective monitoring and control accurate planning and scheduling of orders, better data predictions quick response to query and online detailed information of orders.

Basic structure of ERP Solution:

  1. Manufacturing process
    • Fibre module
    • Fabric module
    • Yam module
  2. Extension process
    • Marketing wing
    • Production wing
    • Finance wing
Advantages of ERP in Apparel Industry:

Supplier benefits – real time information about materials is available

Management benefit – cost savings, improvement in saving and pleasant customer relationships.

Employee Benefit – work satisfaction and achieving goals on time with great team work.

Customer benefit – good services and quality product at cheaper price.

Other benefits include:-

  1. Reduction in cycle time 
  2. Cost savings – (implementing quality management system with ERP can help to bring down excess production)
  3. Reduction in machinery downtime

Our success story:

Expand ERP – India’s best fit ERP on cloud for the Export and Retail Industry.

 Manage the daily processing of your textile business with cutting edge ERP solutions and gain leadership in your industry.

Why US?


Made in India –For India With over 15 years of extensive R&D and experience in the Indian market, we understand the challenges faced in your business better.


Ease of Biz – Quick implementation is possible as we don’t alter your business processes, there is minimum need of customization , no Capex,and less training time required as it has a user friendly interface.


Compatibility Quotient – we provide perfect customisations to adapt to specific needs of the business. Furthermore we have integrated several features like Whatsapp, Paytm, Flipkart, Amazon, Shopify etc to make business even simpler. 


Expand ERP cloud software improvises your business processing seamlessly and integrates your daily business activities which saves time and money. Our experience in this industry marks assurity of our constant support to our patrons. For any further queries please leave a comment below. Did this blog bring any value to you? Your feedback is important for us.

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Software in Textile Industry

erp for Textile industry

This article was published on: 13/03/19 11:50 AM

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Software in Textile Industry


The textile industry is one of the most important and oldest industries of the world. The term textile refers to woven fabric. The raw materials for textiles are obtained from plants and animals. Plant products such as cotton, jute and flax, and animal products such as wool and silk, provide us with natural fibres. Synthetic fibres such as rayon, nylon and polyester, have become increasingly popular. Cotton is the most popular fibre. The industrial revolution brought about a dramatic change in the textile industry. Important inventions as that of the flying shuttle (1733), carding machine (1748) and spinning mule (1779) introduced rapid developments in the cotton textile industry. The power loom came into use which helped the production process. Today, there are 3 types of mills —— spinning mills (produce yarn), weaving mills (produce cloth) and composite mills (produce yarn and cloth). Cotton textiles are mainly manufactured in the USA, the UK, China, Russia, Japan, India, etc. In India, cotton textile mills are mainly located in the cotton producing states of Gujarat, Maharashtra and Tamil Nadu. Kanpur, Kolkata, and Delhi are other centres of this industry. The first cotton textile mill was set up in Mumbai in 1854. Also, Mumbai is the largest centre cotton textile production and is, thus, known as the Cottonopolis of India. In context with the market size, it was estimated to US$ 150 billion in 2018 and is expected to reach US$ 250 billion in 2019 in India.


The textile industry usually deals with designing and manufacturing cloth and sometimes even selling it. With the advancement of technology in the past years, the textile industry is incorporating numerous methods of updated technology. These days, textile industries are using advanced software called Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) or textile ERP or ERP for textiles. This software (ERP) for textile industry can be helpful in many ways such as, planning, development, manufacturing, distribution as well as selling the textiles. This software are also available on cloud called cloud ERP that keeps an updated record of the investments and profits of the industry. An ERP software can be used by smaller as well as larger textile industries. This software can be edited according to the needs of the industry which is a major advantage of using ERP. It can operate on different levels, from the generation of payrolls to financial and legal matters. An ERP software is a one in all solution to any textile industry.




Benefits of using a software in a textile industry are:


  • Streamlined Manufacturing Facilities
  • Easy Handling of Payments and Receipts
  • Merchandise Inventory Management
  • Improved Collaboration and Networking
  • Mobile Data Access & Security
  • Management of Supplier and Customer Queries
  • Personalized Data Handling Platform


The Indian government agencies have come up with numerous export promotion policies for the textile industries. It has also allowed 100 per cent FDI in the Indian textiles sector under the automatic route.


By saying Make in India, we are not only inviting companies for cost-effective manufacturing, but also giving them an opportunity of a large market for their products.
Shri Narendra Modi