intelloCut Secures $200k Funding from Blume Ventures, Rajan Anandan

intelloCut, a material planning and optimization software for sewn products has raised $200,000 in seed investment from Blume Ventures and angel investors including Rajan Anandan among others.

05-intellocutintelloCut, a material planning and optimization software for sewn products has raised $200,000 in seed investment from Blume Ventures and angel investors including Rajan Anandan among others. The funds raised will be used for global expansion and marketing.

Kartik Reddy, Managing Partner at Blume Ventures said

In an industry that is as competitive as garment manufacturing, they’ve developed software and algorithms that are saving 3-7% across pilots and their initial customers. This can be a huge boost for efficiency in this sector.

IntelloCut saves fabric and reduces the time and labor required for order planning and fabric consumption. It automatically creates a cut order from input data, suggests grouping, allocates rolls and plans remnants, by reducing number of plies, markers, bodies-cut and end-bit wastage.

The company launched at UnPluggd (read more here). Take a look at Manasij Ganguly demoing the product.

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