Loftware Spectrum® 3.0 Makes Applying Sophisticated Business Logic Simple

by Maureen Perroni, on February 22, 2017

Loftware just recently announced Loftware Spectrum 3.0, the latest release of the only 100% browser-based solution designed to meet complex, high volume customer and regulatory labeling requirements across global enterprises. Spectrum 3.0 introduces a Business Rules Configurator, an intuitive new interface, which empowers business users to streamline the creation and management of labeling logic with easy drag and drop capabilities.

Spectrum 3.0 also provides considerable enhancements to Spectrum’s powerful Application Architect, which has redefined on-demand label printing, enabling users to create label-related applications within Spectrum that streamline labeling and reduce the cost to create and maintain custom applications.

Loftware Vice President of Software Development, Mark Wick explained that Spectrum 3.0 reflects the company's commitment to our customers – improving the user experience through enhanced functionality that simplifies business rules creation and streamlines data management. He also said that with these new enhancements, Spectrum is both more powerful and easier to use than ever before.

With Spectrum’s new Business Rules Configurator, business users can quickly and easily implement sophisticated business logic without requiring IT assistance. Spectrum 3.0 includes a library of pre-built ‘blocks’ that enable users to create common logic sequences that accelerate the building of even the most complex business rules. Also, a Reusable Rules Library can be shared with others to prevent rework, save time, and ensure consistency. The Business Rules Configurator also enables users to easily test and log data to validate that new business rules meet existing requirements.

To find out more about our newest enhancements to Loftware Spectrum label software check out the full press release here or go to our products section of the website. Also, feel free to contact us directly.

Topics:Spectrum

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