Formal Clothing Company Picks IntelloCut Apparel Software To Reduce Wastage

BANGALORE, India — October 7, 2013 — intelloCut, a material planning and optimization software for
sewn products has announced that it has won a Formal Clothing Company (FCC) account. FCC is a unit
of Bang Overseas Ltd., one of the leading manufacturers and exporters of menswear.

FCC is a modern apparel manufacturer, which closely follow both national and international
clothing trends and work with innovative yet matured fashion designers to manufacture highly
fashionable clothing for men. It caters to the demand of leading international and domestic brands
liek UCLA, Wills, Splash, Myntra etc. It also supplies its high end products under its own brand
names “Thomas Scott” and “Lorenzo Bugatti”.

Rajiv Jasuja, COO, FCC, says on the occasion: “All our products are made from superior
quality fabrics and are ranged very competitively. We have rigorous quality norms for our products
and services to meet international standards. FCC is fully equipped with state of art machinery
that helps us to manufacture flawless clothing for men. Now, looking at the powerful features and
functionalities, I am sure intelloCut will surely help us in improving our bottom line by saving
fabric, increasing cutting room productivity and reducing wastage to a great extent.”

Manasij Ganguli, COO, intelloCut, says: “In any manufacturing unit, 60-80% of operating cost
is on fabric. So, even saving 2% fabric brings 12% increase in profitability. So, intelloCut’s idea
is to minimize the biggest cost first. With our easy to use UI, and the best in class features like
Roll Allocation, Grouping, Remnant planning modules, intelloCut will surely increase the
productivity and profit of FCC without any process changes on the floor.”

intelloCut saves not only fabric, but drastically reduces the time and labor required for
order planning and fabric consumption. It automatically create a cut from input data, suggests
grouping, allocates rolls and plans remnants, by reducing number of plies, markers, bodies-cut and
end-bit wastage.

Posted October 16, 2013

Source: intelloCut