Fall 2020 Newsletter

What a crazy 2020 it's been! Here at Texbase we've been busy releasing new features including Dashboards 2.0 and our new Testing Accelerator program, as well as welcoming a slew of new customers. The Dev Team is working on our roadmap and they've got some exciting developments scheduled to launch before the end of the year, including Shared Libraries! We miss seeing you all at tradeshows and hope everyone is safe and healthy. Please reach out and tell us how you are doing.

Fall 2020 Newsletter

What a crazy 2020 it's been! Here at Texbase we've been busy releasing new features including Dashboards 2.0 and our new Testing Accelerator program, as well as welcoming a slew of new customers. The Dev Team is working on our roadmap and they've got some exciting developments scheduled to launch before the end of the year, including Shared Libraries! We miss seeing you all at tradeshows and hope everyone is safe and healthy. Please reach out and tell us how you are doing.

Dashboards
Dashboards

Dashboards 2.0

The latest Texbase release includes Dashboards 2.0 which allows users to monitor internal activities and KPI's as well as the activity of your supply chain partners. Create visuals to quickly access data from your development projects, e-sign specs and lab tests. Entity-specific interactive widgets allow visual sorting and streamline your ability to view real-time data and access all kinds of useful information including direct access to the knowledge base!

Gearing up for our first ever Texbase Virtual User Conference

The team at Texbase can't wait to virtually connect with our wonderful group of clients on September 15th and 16th. Representatives from various customers will be presenting on their best practices and the Texbase team will be there to train on new features while sharing tips & tricks! If you are a Texbase user and haven't registered yet, don't delay! Click on the link below.


Coming Soon: Shared Libraries

With trade shows on hold, customers need access to digital fabric libraries in order to support product development initiatives. Shared Libraries give mills and ingredient brands a cost-effective, secure, and direct connection to both current and future customers right from within Texbase itself!

Testing Accelerator Program


The Texbase Testing Accelerator combines the features of Texbase Materials & Testing with third-party testing labs to create an integrated solution for lab test data management. When you sign up for the Texbase Testing Accelerator program your company is automatically configured and connected to a third-party lab using the Texbase Connect secure collaboration network.

Global Fabric Library promo pricing ending soon!


A Global Fabric Library (GFL) boosts sales and marketing efforts by providing an online fabric library where Mills and Ingredient Brands showcase their materials and available inventory. Whether you are a fiber, yarn or fabric supplier, having a Global Fabric Library will automate and empower your sales process. Our special Covid promotion of 66% off your first year goes away the end of the month so take advantage of it now!


Just Released: Two Compliance Webinars to Enhance Your Expertise

If you're looking to up your compliance game, you're in the right place. We recently hosted two webinars on compliance management that you won't want to miss. These sessions are now available to watch on our webinar page, and they're packed with pro-tips and strategies to help you stay ahead in the world of compliance.

2022 Fall Newsletter

There's a lot that's new here at Texbase. Check out the latest content from our team of experts as we continue to solve the pressing issues facing our industry with software that just works.

Live Panel at Functional Fabric Fair

Texbase will be moderating a live Panel at Functional Fabric Fair in Portland. Joe Walkuski from Texbase will be moderating a panel of industry leaders as they discuss the "Path to Carbon Neutral". Hear from Ben Galphin(Outsider Innovation), Ruth Kelly(Weft X Warp), Cheryl Smyre(Parkdale Mills), and Jan Beringer(Hohenstein).

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