Labeling, Packaging, and Your ‘New Normal’
by Sam Ireland, on December 8, 2020
2020 has likely tested the resilience, optimization, and agility of your business processes to the extreme, but how did your labeling and packaging perform?
For many, COVID-19 highlighted significant weaknesses in processes relating to supply chain labeling and packaging artwork. Organizations struggled as production ground to a halt, distribution networks stalled, and the ability for staff to be in their usual place of work became severely restricted.
As your focus now turns to implementing processes and systems that will enable your organization to cope with future disruption of a similar nature, it’s critical your enterprise labeling and packaging artwork processes are agile and fit for purpose.
In our latest report: 'In2 Enabling Your New Normal', we explore how, by optimizing labeling and packaging artwork processes, organizations can instill the required agility to adapt and embrace new ways of working and overcome future challenges presented by supply chain uncertainty and business disruption.
In this edition:
- Pivoting Production:
How agile labeling processes help keep the wheels of business turning when shifting or pivoting operations.
- Supplier Labeling:
How extending your labeling processes to suppliers supports business continuity.
- Digital Artwork Management:
How digitally transforming your packaging artwork processes will pay dividends now and in the future.
- Integrating Labeling:
Why integrating labeling data with your sources of truth delivers much-needed confidence during times of uncertainty.