Spectrum Optimizes Usability, Performance and Responsiveness

by Josh Roffman, on August 4, 2020

Loftware releases Spectrum 4.2, which highlights a new User Interface (UI) that was designed based on detailed customer feedback, and is optimized for usability, performance and responsiveness. It also furthers control to manage labeling process across a global landscape by enabling users to the access the Spectrum digital platform through mobile devices.

The revamped interface includes new streamlined navigation, color scheme, plus a more intuitive page layout to streamline the user experience and reduce the number of clicks required, while increasing overall responsiveness. The expanded workspace, combined with time-saving drag and drop functionality, allows users to create and update labels and business rules with ease.

Loftware VP Product Management, Josh Roffman, explains how "the changes made to the UI are based on ongoing engagement and extensive feedback from our customers." He also explained how the goal of this new release was to ensure that it’s quick and easy to update labels to meet evolving customer and regulatory requirements, without relying on scarce IT resources.

Spectrum 4.2 also expands customer’s ability to use their phone, IPad or other mobile devices. This provides the flexibility to make changes and manage label printing right from the warehouse, factory floor, or from other any other site that requires on-demand label printing. Further enhancements include support for Postgress and Oracle Database.

For more information on Loftware Spectrum 4.2 check out the recent press release or take a look at the Spectrum product page.

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