Actively monitor and manage production progress


Production progress is always a top priority for small and medium-sized textile enterprises. Because these businesses all follow the production-to-order model instead of mass production. Failure to ensure progress causes damage to contract compensation and causes loss of reputation with customers in the long term. In other words, progress is money. With that characteristic, textile enterprises often prioritize all resources to ensure order progress.

However, many businesses solve the problem of progress by increasing personnel, applying the policy of reward and punishment according to productivity…. But the reality of progress delay and difficulties in job coverage still does not end.

If your business is also experiencing the above problem, you may need to consider redefining the problem. Likely, the real cause is not in the human resources, but in the traditional model design and manual management method of the business.

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Manage production progress passively through countless chat tools, email…

Normally, textile enterprises exchange information via Zalo and Email. In addition, the productivity information team takes notes and reports to the Management every hour, day, week, month… This work is repeated. The above manual methods will be effective in the short term, when the size of the business is small.

But when the business grows to a certain extent (From 200 workers or more and hundreds of problems per day), the work flows begin to become overlapping and overloaded, the information flow is often broken. and interruption. The maintenance of traditional management will no longer work, even “break the battle”, causing risks to the quality of products and services.



Suppose, the business is at normal productivity, suddenly there is a problem at the factory, causing many orders to be interrupted. That situation requires production managers to immediately grasp which orders are affected, when they are expected to be delivered… in order to have a timely response plan. How long will manual aggregation take to complete a report on the status of each order, the progress of each task?

The above problems are repeated frequently causing operational faults, which accumulate and lead to worrisome consequences both in the short and long term. This fact leads to the need for a management system capable of managing all information and tracking work progress automatically, real-time.

Tech solution: Comprehensive progress management with just 1 screen

 A basic working day of a production manager usually begins with checking what production plans will be conducted today, the progress of this order, whether there is a meeting schedule …, then Then go around the factory to check details, look at the problem and finally go to the planning or sales department to update the project status and sales.


Depending on the time, there can be dozens of different tasks and hundreds of problems happening at the same time, making the manager feel overwhelmed. However, if we reduce it all to the same management system, we are actually managing only 2 streams of information: Process overview and progress details. Therefore, Retex helps managers to cover and detail the entire work status with just one phone or computer screen.

With the lean manufacturing management system 4.0, a manufacturer’s working day can begin simply by turning on his computer and accessing the Retex application.

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Retex – Overview of the production process of the textile industry

Retex is a solution to manage and automate the entire business process of enterprises on one platform. Accordingly, the basic processes of manufacturing enterprises such as Planning; NPL testing; Technical inspection; Cutting/embroidery/sewing management; CHeck quality; Complete; Pack…



All will be systematized scientifically, supporting businesses to manage work 360° from planning, assigning work, reporting results, communicating and evaluating performance.

Retex – Detailed tracking of production progress

The most important element of a schedule management application is the ability to detect bottlenecks in the process – a feature that is focused on development on Retex. We immediately understood: At what stage is the line in the sewing house being processed, which line is slow, why is it slow, which personnel is in charge… all information is displayed in detail and specific body.


When a task is overdue (beyond the time allowed to be completed), the application automatically:

  • Red alert the task on the dashboard

  • Calculate the amount of time the task is overdue

  • Send reminders to the personnel in charge

Success stories from tracking production progress

Director of Phu Tuong Textile Company: Director of Phu Tuong Textile Company: “My progress story was constantly faced with controversial issues. The departments always have to ask each other over and over: “Is the goods finished?”, “Where have the goods arrived?” … Then many groups on Zalo make important information not focused. Admittedly, since having Retex, we can clearly see each other on the system: Who is slow; Who messed up the process; Time to get the job done… Retex helps me eliminate dozens of chat groups to manage work.”

With just one phone/computer device, businesses will save dozens of hours of manual work coordination and reporting. And instead of having to go to dozens of employees to find information, now everything is displayed visually on the Retex – Lean production management platform, helping managers to capture progress. degree at all times.

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