TITLE

BIS: Automated information system for knitting in textile

AUTHOR(S)
Faridi, M. Shakeel; Javed, Zahid; Jaan, Fahad; Mustafa, Tasleem; Nadeem Fasial, Chaudhry. Muhammad
PUB. DATE
May 2011
SOURCE
Interdisciplinary Journal of Contemporary Research in Business;May2011, Vol. 3 Issue 1, p390
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The production of top quality materials / products at high speed with less time is only possible through and efficient information systems. Technologies that carries the flow of work has been widely applied in the various industries, such as OA (Office Automation), manufacturing, banking, security, education and research institutions, financial services, telecommucation industy and so on. The basic objective to adopt such technologies is to improve the business processes through automation using information system. In this research work the authors would like to presents the flow of information in an automated manner for knitting of yarn in textile industry, where it is implemented in Masood textile. This automation in information system developed efficiently inhouse ERP (Enterprise Information System).; it not only helps nut also support the management to manage the business processes.
ACCESSION #
70547921

 

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