In an industry that’s currently talking about technology and innovation as a mode of survival, Cambodia too is keen to enhance its garment and textile industry.
In this effort to boost the industry, the Garment Manufacturers Association in Cambodia (GMAC) has announced that it will be adopting India’s Zilingo software.
Announcing this at the Factory Software Conference held at GMAC headquarters recently, Ly Tek Heng, Executive Director, said that India’s software will help Cambodia’s garment and textile sector save both cost and time.
The software helps garment factories with end-to-end solutions, from the ordering of fabrics to the production line.
Conforming to what Tek Heng said, Yin Sosakol, Business Development Manager, Zilingo believes that the software will increase production efficiency line by 10 to 12 per cent.
Additionally, he said, Zilingo will also help in minimising production errors by 20 to 50 per cent.
Cambodia will be joining India, Vietnam, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka and Indonesia – the other countries to have adopted the software in their garment factories.
Zilingo is a technology & commerce platform that was founded by Ankiti Bose and Dhruv Kapoor in 2015 and since then has gained immense popularity.