Enterprise Labeling for the Reatil Industry

Reduce Costs, Improve Time to Market.

Enterprise Labeling for Retail enables you to keep up with an ever-expanding supply chain to adapt faster to customer, regional and regulatory requirements and make labeling a strategic part of your business.

Retail Labeling

The retail industry can be volatile and highly competitive with a complex, multi-tiered supply chain. By implementing a standardized enterprise labeling solution, retailers are able to make goods more traceable, achieve consistent branding, reduce regulatory costs, eliminate data redundancy, and improve overall efficiencies.

The right Enterprise Labeling solution lets companies throughout the retail supply chain turn labeling into a high-value, strategic element of the overall manufacturing and distribution process. When you can integrate barcode labeling for retail with the business processes you already use, you can:

  • Automate and centralize retail labeling to improve accuracy and eliminate complex, error-prone data replication
  • React faster to changing customer, regional and regulatory requirements—avoid costly fines and delays
  • Easily build and share templates that comply with regulatory standards bodies
  • Support serialization and other technologies to further increase efficiency, help prevent counterfeiting
  • Extend labeling to suppliers, contract manufacturers, 3PLs to eliminate relabeling—save millions in inventory costs
  • Leverage standardized enterprise-wide labeling and GS1 standards to improve traceability in event of a recall

As needs change—like they always do—you can empower business users to easily make changes to labels without affecting upstream systems. Rapid, on-demand changes in color, branding, even language help you meet evolving requirements while adhering to your critical time-to-market goals.

No wonder many of the leading retail companies rely on Loftware Enterprise Labeling Solutions. By driving labeling straight from ERP, PLM, WMS and other enterprise applications, those “sources of truth,” the label is always accurate. You can comply with customer and regulatory demands to keep product moving—even across international boundaries.

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