With One, you can go through a new control model:

  • you can check the consumption of linen, the clothing usage, the methods of the supply and management logic of the distribution service
  • the laundry can monitor the entire process of sanitizing and using textiles

With One, you configure and manage the operational centers of the entire logistics chain:

  • laundry for sanitization
  • central and / or peripheral storage points
  • manual and / or automatic distribution points.

Each operating center has its own management autonomy but is part of a unique process guided and controlled through One, allowing a continuous monitoring in real time of all the processes


A truly complete management

With One, you can manage and monitor every device installed in your facility:

  • White distributors for the collection and distribution of garments, accessories and linens
  • Ready solutions for counting and automatic tracking of soiled and clean garments

Through One, you define the methods for planning and restoring stocks.

One allows you to manage the entire registry area, to track and monitor each item used by users, checking the useful life and rotation mode of the relative stock.

You are always aware of many important data like:

  • the status of each distributor and collector
  • the number of uniforms that each department has available
  • where, from whom and when a uniform is used and returned for washing


A detailed report at your disposal at anytime, on your PC and on your mobile android devices thanks to One App.

An intelligent assistant

One does not only provide information. It is an intelligent software that analyzes your data and provides you with timely information to improve the management of textiles in your reality, based on your logistical choices, the behaviour of your staff and other specific needs.

For example, One suggests you:

  • how to organize your warehouse in the most efficient way
  • the actual supply needs for each distributor, based on past consumption and expected needs.


  • Optimization of stocks and rotation of the textile warehouse
  • Waste reduction
  • Consistent monitoring of consumption
  • Control of the procurement process and the quality of the garments used
  • Timely traceability of each garment
  • Cost reduction of personnel employed in monitoring and control activities
  • Consumption control by cost center
  • Reduction of shortages