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Executives Are Recognizing The Impact Of Labeling

As businesses extend their reach across the global supply chain, labeling has become more prominent, involving multiple departments and requiring a new level of attention.Read more

 

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Label and Package Printing Industry Predictions for 2019

The next 12-18 months are shaping up to be an important time for the label and package printing industry. Read more

 

 

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A New Combined Approach to Labeling and Artwork Management

Companies have struggled for many years to manage the growing complexities of their supply chains and go-to-market packaging content.Read more

 

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Rethinking Processes

Managing regulatory compliance has always been a challenge for organisations, particularly those in the pharmaceutical space.Read more

 

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How to Sustain Regulatory Compliance in Food & Beverage Labeling

Managing regulatory compliance has always been a challenge for organizations, particularly those in the food and beverage industry. Read more

 

Food Safety TechAvoiding Total Recalls: Regulatory Labeling for the Food and Beverage Industry

In recent memory, no time has more effectively demonstrated the challenges facing the food and beverage industry than spring 2018. Read more

 

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Several aspects of a printed application’s production life cycle benefit from software and automation. In digital print environments, “workflow” has a number of meanings. Read more

 

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How to Sustain Regulatory Compliance for Chemical Labeling

Managing regulatory compliance is a constant challenge for those in the chemical industry.  Read more

 

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Best Practices on How to Sustain Regulatory Compliance for Chemical Labeling

Evolving regulatory requirements in the chemical space has put a burden on the labeling process and the risk is just too great to rely on traditional methods of labeling. Read more

 

Manufacturing.netLabeling and artwork management: A convergence on the rise

Forward-thinking enterprises and industry analysts agree: Enterprise Labeling and Artwork Management are converging. But why you may ask, and how can this help business? Read more

 

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If you haven’t heard yet - forward-thinking enterprises and industry analysts agree: Enterprise Labeling and Artwork Management are converging. But why you may ask, and how can this help business? Read more

 

EBN-704788-edited-716855-editedLabeling and artwork management: A convergence is on the rise

If you haven’t heard yet - forward-thinking enterprises and industry analysts agree: Enterprise Labeling and Artwork Management are converging. But why you may ask, and how can this help business? Read more

 

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If you haven’t heard yet - forward-thinking enterprises and industry analysts agree: Enterprise Labeling and Artwork Management are converging. But why you may ask, and how can this help business? Read more

 

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Labeling and artwork management: A convergence is on the rise

 If you haven't heard yet - forward-thinking enterprises and industry analysts agree: Enterprise Labeling and Artwork Management are converging. But why   you may ask, and how can this help business? Read more

 

Media Logo.Supply Chain ITHow and Why Big Data Changes Supply Chain Labeling Forever

 Since its invention, the barcode has been the go-to method for tracking inventory in retail. By increasing traceability and visibility in the supply chain, barcodes save retailers thousands of hours of manual work each year and save millions of dollars in the process. Read more

 

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Last week’s MODEX 2018 event was a first for Loftware as we joined 925 other exhibitors in the more than spacious Georgia World Congress Center. We had never been to the show before, but judging by the great conversations we had with attendees—as well as the many relevant  breakout sessions—Enterprise Labeling and Artwork Management clearly belong at this 4-day supply chain spectacular. Read more

 

packaging worldLoftware Acquires Gap Systems 

Loftware, Inc., pioneer of Enterprise Labeling Solutions, announced it acquired Gap Systems, a provider of SaaS based artwork management solutions headquartered in the United Kingdom. Read more

 

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How Enterprise Label Solutions Streamline Supply Chain Management

On any given day, you must meet customer demands, comply with regulations, eliminate costly delays and downtime, and continue to scale globally. Those competing interests must be balanced with day-to-day business operations. What can you do to make reaching all of those goals easier? Read more

 

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Emerging Trends and Opportunities in Medical Device Labeling

It’s generally  accepted that in the highly regulated medical device industry labeling plays a critical role. The introduction of the FDA’s   Unique Device Identification (UDI) system, the creation of the European Commission’s (EU) Medical Device Regulation (MDR) recommendation this past year, and the implementation of similar processes in other regions and countries have helped put labeling front and center. Organizations  must not only grapple with compliance, but also continually explore new ways to improve efficiency in getting their product to market. Read more

 

Food Manufacturing

The Top 5 Trends in Enterprise Labeling

Businesses that leverage innovation and embrace change and run their supply chains in a collaborative fashion are the ones that will succeed in this new landscape. As always, businesses must be able to achieve high levels of agility, consistency, control and transparency to prosper. This is why it’s critical to identify, understand and measure how labeling has a strategic impact on your supply chain and your company’s business growth. Read more

 

The BarCode News

2018 Top 5 Trends in Labeling 

Globalization and digital technologies are changing businesses, especially as companies look to find new ways to amplify growth and expand into new markets. To do this, companies must create efficiencies in their supply chains and be able to keep up with complex and ever-changing supply chain dynamics. So, the question is - How has labeling changed with digital transformation and the new global supply chain model and how can labeling solutions meet the needs of today’s enterprise businesses? Read more

 

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5 Ways Enterprise Labeling Changes the Supply Chain

Globalization and digital technologies are changing businesses, especially as companies look to find new ways to amplify growth and expand into new markets. To do this, companies must create efficiencies in their supply chains and be able to keep up with complex and ever-changing supply chain dynamics. So, the big questions are: How has labeling changed with digital transformation and the new global supply chain model and how can labeling solutions meet the needs of today’s enterprise businesses?  Read more

 

Supply Chain IT

Labeling and Artwork Management Converge as One

With Loftware’s recent acquisition of Gap Systems, a leading provider of SaaS-based artwork management solutions, that convergence begins today. And how companies create, manage and print complex labeling and packaging artwork will never be the same.  Read more

 

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Top 5 Trends in Enterprise Labeling in the Supply Chain: Part One

Globalization and digital technologies are changing businesses, especially as companies look to find new ways to amplify growth and expand into new markets. To do this, companies must create efficiencies in their supply chains and be able to keep up with complex and ever-changing supply chain dynamics. So, the question is, how has labeling changed with digital transformation and the new global supply chain model, and how can labeling solutions meet the needs of today’s enterprise businesses? Read more 

 

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Global Manufacturer Ensures Accurate High-volume Labeling

Since 1916, Modine Manufacturing Co. has provided thermal management solutions for a variety of applications and markets that include automotive, industrial power and HVAC. Headquartered in Racine, Wisc., the company’s 11,200 employees work in operations that span the globe. To ensure accurate labeling in its worldwide operations, the company adopted an enterprise labeling system that also added flexibility and scalability. Read more 

 

Labels & Labeling

Loftware Acquires Gap Systems

Loftware, a specialist in enterprise labeling technology, has acquired UK-based Gap Systems, extending its global presence and introducing a new cloud-based digital platform promising to ‘redefine’ how enterprises create, manage and print complex labeling and packaging artwork, and scale across their operations. Read more 

 

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Labelling Specialist Acquires UK Artwork Management Firm

Labelling and barcode specialist Loftware has acquired Gap Systems, a provider of SaaS based artwork management solutions headquartered in the UK. Loftware says it now extends its global presence and offers a new cloud-based digital platform with solutions that redefine how enterprises create, manage and print complex labelling and packaging artwork, and scale across their operations. Read more

 

Material Handling Product News

Loftware Acquires Gap Systems

Loftware, a global leader in enterprise labeling solutions, has acquired Gap Systems, a leading provider of SaaS based artwork management solutions headquartered in the United Kingdom. The acquisition offer Loftware customers a new cloud-based digital platform with solutions for how enterprises create, manage and print complex labeling and packaging artwork, and scale across their operations. Read more 

 

Supply Chain IT

Loftware Acquires Gap Systems

Loftware, Inc., the global leader in Enterprise Labeling Solutions, with over 5,000 customers in 100 countries, announced today that it has acquired Gap Systems, a leading provider of SaaS based artwork management solutions headquartered in the United Kingdom. Loftware extends its global presence and offers a new cloud-based digital platform with solutions that redefine how enterprises create, manage and print complex labeling and packaging artwork, and scale across their operations.   Read more

 

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Loftware Acquires Gap Systems 

 Acquisition combines enterprise labeling with artwork management. Read more

 

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Loftware Acquires Gap Systems

Loftware, a global leader in enterprise labeling solutions, has acquired Gap Systems, a leading provider of SaaS based artwork management solutions headquartered in the United Kingdom. The acquisition offer Loftware customers a new cloud-based digital platform with solutions for how enterprises create, manage and print complex labeling and packaging artwork, and scale across their operations. Read more

 

IT Briefing

Loftware Acquires Gap Systems 

 Loftware, Inc., the global leader in Enterprise Labeling Solutions, with over 5,000 customers in 100 countries, announced today that it has acquired Gap Systems, a leading provider of SaaS based artwork management solutions headquartered in the United Kingdom. Loftware extends its global presence and offers a new cloud-based digital platform with solutions that redefine how enterprises create, manage and print complex labeling and packaging artwork, and scale across their operations. Read more

 

The BarCode News

Loftware Acquires Gap Systems 

Loftware, Inc., the global leader in Enterprise Labeling Solutions, with over 5,000 customers in 100 countries, announced today that it has acquired Gap Systems, a leading provider of SaaS based artwork management solutions headquartered in the United Kingdom. Loftware extends its global presence and offers a new cloud-based digital platform with solutions that redefine how enterprises create, manage and print complex labeling and packaging artwork, and scale across their operations. Read more

 

Supply Chain Management

Loftware Acquires Gap Systems 

Loftware, a global leader in enterprise labeling solutions, has acquired Gap Systems, a leading provider of SaaS based artwork management solutions headquartered in the United Kingdom. The acquisition offer Loftware customers a new cloud-based digital platform with solutions for how enterprises create, manage and print complex labeling and packaging artwork, and scale across their operations. Read more

 

Converting Guide

Loftware Acquires Gap Systems

Acquisition combines enterprise labeling with artwork management. Read more

 

Supply Chain IT

GS1 Labeling Can Empower Hospitals

Using GS1 labeling standards in health care is one of the major ways to speed up a health care provider's operations today, increasing efficiency while not sacrificing quality of patient care. The quick act of scanning a barcode can become a trigger for a flood of vital data, and the standardization of these systems helps ensure their success and quality.   Read more

 

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Global Manufacturing

Global manufacturer ensures accurate, high-volume labeling.  Read more

 

Industry Today

Top 5 Trends in Enterprise Labeling

Globalization and digital technologies are changing businesses, especially as companies look to find new ways to amplify growth and expand into new markets. To do this, companies must create efficiencies in their supply chains and be able to keep up with complex and ever-changing supply chain dynamics. So, the question is – How has labeling changed with digital transformation and the new global supply chain model and how can labeling solutions meet the needs of today’s enterprise businesses?  Read more

 

Manufacturing News

Business Intelligence and Layering Capabilities in Enterprise Labeling

Loftware, Inc. has announced Loftware Spectrum 3.5, the latest release of its 100% browser-based solution designed to meet complex, high volume customer and regulatory specific labeling requirements. Spectrum 3.5 which is designed to increase flexibility, efficiency and control over enterprise labeling processes, introduces Business Intelligence capabilities that give users insight into labeling data and activities. The release also offers a new level of control over label design with the introduction of Layers, as well as enhancements for multi-label layout, session management and

 

Manufacturing.net

Top 5 Trends in Enterprise Labeling: Part One

Globalization and digital technologies are changing businesses, especially as companies look to find new ways to amplify growth and expand into new markets. To do this, companies must create efficiencies in their supply chains and be able to keep up with complex and ever-changing supply chain dynamics. So, the question is - How has labeling changed with digital transformation and the new global supply chain model and how can labeling solutions meet the needs of today’s enterprise businesses? Read more

 

Manufacturing.netTop 5 Trends in Enterprise Labeling: Part Two

Companies today understand the value of obtaining important business metrics whenever and wherever you need them. For years now, companies have used Business Intelligence (BI) and reporting solutions with many of their enterprise applications to improve business operations. Given the mission-critical role of labeling, it’s only natural that business is expressing the growing need for advanced analytics and reporting from their enterprise labeling solution. This is especially true because labeling has a direct impact on production and supply chain investments. Our recent survey revealed that although a majority of companies don’t currently have BI for labeling, over 71 percent of $1B+ are interested in leveraging real-time analytics and reporting to help drive improvements to labeling solutions. Read more

 

Supply Chain IT

Time Running Out For European Pharma Labeling Compliance

The need for accurate pharmaceutical tracking, enabled by barcode labels, is clear due to the potential consequences if data is insufficiently traceable. Quality problems with pharma products or supply chain infiltration by counterfeits demands a quick and effective way to tell which items are safe. Standardization will make such a goal reachable, and therefore bodies around the world are working with drug manufacturers to implement wide-ranging standards.   Read more

 

Material Handling Product News

Loftware Print Server (LPS) 11.1

A new software release supports Epson printers and extends RFID and integration capabilities. Loftware Print Server (LPS) 11.1 enables users to meet complex color labeling demands by providing a new driver for Epson ColorWorks TM-c7500 and C7500GE on-demand printers. Read more

 

The BarCode News

Accurate, High-Volume Labeling - Warming To The Task: Case Study

Thermal management provider integrates labeling with software to improve supply chain performance. Since 1916, Modine Manufacturing Company has provided thermal management solutions for a wide variety of applications and markets that include automotive, industrial power and HVAC. Headquartered in Racine, Wisconsin, the company’s 11,200 employees work in operations that span the globe. Read more

 

Labels & Labeling

Modine Integrates Loftware Enterprise Labeling Products

Modine operates three SAP systems that help manage the company’s complex logistics. A North American system supports 1,400 users in the Americas. A second system, hosted in Germany, supports 1,500 users throughout Europe and Asia-Pacific. The third instance, which became part of the Modine family through a recent acquisition, is used by an additional 300 employees. Modine chose Loftware’s enterprise labeling product – with the SAP connector for certified integration with SAP – to address labeling challenges throughout their supply chain. Read more 

 

Packaging EuropeTop Five Trends in Enterprise Labeling

Globalisation and digital technologies are changing businesses, especially as companies look to find new ways to amplify growth and expand into new markets. By Josh Roffman, Loftware VP Product Management..’ Read more  

 

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Medical Device Labeling Market

Labeling is defined as the particular information associated with a device targeted to the end user or patient or lay caregiver. Medical device labeling helps patients or end users in understanding the device, its operation, care and maintenance. The medical device labeling also provides information about the way device interacts with the body to accomplish its purpose, its place and patient care and treatment program.  Read more  

 

Otaku Reports

RFID Smart Labels Sales Market Overview

Global RFID Smart Labels Sales Market Research Report 2017 to 2022 presents an in-depth assessment of the RFID Smart Labels Sales including enabling technologies, key trends, market drivers, challenges, standardization, regulatory landscape, deployment models, operator case studies, opportunities, future roadmap, value chain, ecosystem player profiles and strategies.  Read more

 

 

Labels & Labeling

Challenges and Opportunities in Pharma 

‘The requirements in this market are extremely demanding,’ says Dr Ulli Nägele, head of development and application technology at Herma. ‘On the one hand, the labeling of pharmaceuticals and the complete handling process along the logistics chain must be 100 percent reliable. On the other hand, manufacturers must fulfill an increasing number of legal obligations, for instance regarding serialization, tamper evidence or migration safety.’ Read more  

 

 

Labels & Labeling

Label and Package Printing Industry Predictions for 2018

The label and package printing industry tells L&L what will be big in 2018. With the conclusion of a record-breaking Labelexpo Europe, it is safe to say 2017 has been another milestone year for the label and package printing industry. Read more

 

 

The BarCode News

Pharmaceutical Labeling Bar Codes and More

Pharmaceutical companies continue to adapt to regulations like the FDA's Drug Supply Chain Security Act (DSCSA) and 21 CFR Part 11. At the same time, their supply chain needs to operate more efficiently to compete in a growing marketplace. That's why more and more manufacturers are looking at labeling to provide an edge in the face of these challenges. Read more

 

Inbound Logistics

Supply Chain Commentary: How to Reduce Supplier Inventory Costs

Managing supplier goods can be a complex process with multiple stakeholders. You have planning that drives forecast and production scheduling, and procurement that purchases materials based on forecasts. Operations oversees the flow of incoming goods and warehouse management receives inbound shipments. Read more

 

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Achieving A Sustainable, Extendable UDI Program

Today’s medical device manufacturers face a range of evolving requirements and regulations, including labeling, so manufacturers must consider a centralized approach that allows them to integrate labeling processes with existing enterprise resource planning, product lifecycle management, or other validation. The ability to drive data from sources such as SAP or Oracle offers greater accuracy and control.  Read more

 

Manufacturing News

Intuitive Interface Streamlines Labeling Logic

Loftware, Inc., offers Loftware Spectrum 3.0, the latest release of the company's 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 interface, which empowers business users to streamline the creation and management of labeling logic with easy drag and drop capabilities. Read more

  

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Business Intelligence for Enterprise Labeling

Loftware Inc. has introduced Loftware Spectrum 3.5, its 100% browser-based solution designed to meet complex, high volume customer and regulatory specific labeling requirements. Spectrum 3.5 features Business Intelligence capabilities designed to give users insight into labeling data and activities. The release also offers a new level of control over label design with the introduction of Layers, as well as enhancements for multi-label layout, session management and auditing, along with a new Epson native printer driver. Read more

 

The BarCode News

How To Reduce Supplier Inventory Costs

If you’re like most large manufacturers, the management of supplier goods is a complex process with multiple stakeholders. You have Planning that drives forecast and production scheduling, and Procurement that purchases materials from vendors based on those demand forecasts. Operations oversees the flow of incoming goods in the production line, and then Warehouse Management receives inbound shipments and moves them into inventory until ready for use. While the titles and roles may vary among organizations, the basic supplier workflow is generally the same. Read more

 

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#1 Trend in Labeling

Listening to Loftware’s webinar it’s clear; companies are learning the branding importance, cost savings and process improvements in moving to on-demand color.  That’s why Loftware created the native drivers for color label printers now available in their software.  Loftware offers drivers for Epson, QLS, CAB and even PCL based laser printers.  According to Loftware, native drivers simplifies deployments, enables large scale deployments, reduces network traffic (large data print streams) and optimizes printer performance.  Read more

 

 

BioProcess International

A Dose of Reality - and Opportunity - for Drug Manufactures

Many pharmaceutical companies are just getting by with their labeling but eager to find a better way to comply with regulations, improve operations, scale labeling across global enterprises, and avoid those scary statistics. Innovations in enterprise labeling can help you sustain compliance while providing a competitive edge. Read more

 

Industry Today

Loftware Spectrum® 3.5 Introduces Business Intelligence and Layering Capabilities to Enterprise Labeling

Loftware, Inc., the global leader inEnterprise Labeling Solutions, today announced Loftware Spectrum 3.5, the latest release of the only 100% browser-based solution designed to meet complex, high volume customer and regulatory specific labeling requirements. Spectrum 3.5 increases flexibility, efficiency, and control over enterprise labeling processes, introducing Business Intelligence capabilities that give users insight into labeling data and activities.  Read more

 

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Loftware Spectrum® 3.5 Introduces Business Intelligence and Layering Capabilities to Enterprise Labeling

Loftware, Inc., the global leader in Enterprise Labeling Solutions, today announced Loftware Spectrum 3.5, the latest release of the only 100% browser-based solution designed to meet complex, high volume customer and regulatory specific labeling requirements. Spectrum 3.5 increases flexibility, efficiency, and control over enterprise labeling processes, introducing Business Intelligence capabilities that give users insight into labeling data and activities.  Read more

 

Supply Chain IT

Loftware Releases Expand Native Color Support for Epson Printers and Extend RFID and Integration Capabilities

Loftware, Inc., the global leader in Enterprise Labeling Solutions, today announced the latest releases of Loftware Print Server (LPS), Loftware Label Manager (LLM), and the Loftware Universal Connector. LPS 11.1 enables users to meet complex color labeling demands with support for Epson ColorWorks TM-c7500 and C7500GE on-demand printers.   Read more

 

The BarCode News

Improving Efficiencies in a Highly Complex Supply Chain

Pharmaceutical companies continue to adapt to regulations like the FDA's Drug Supply Chain Security Act (DSCSA) and 21 CFR Part 11. At the same time, their supply chain needs to operate more efficiently to compete in a growing marketplace. That's why more and more manufacturers are looking at labeling to provide an edge in the face of these challenges. Read more

 

 

Inbound Logistics

Supply Chain Commentary: How to Reduce Supplier Inventory Costs

Managing supplier goods can be a complex process with multiple stakeholders. You have planning that drives forecast and production scheduling, and procurement that purchases materials based on forecasts. Operations oversees the flow of incoming goods and warehouse management receives inbound shipments. While the titles and roles may vary among organizations, the basic supplier workflow is generally the same. Read more

 

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Loftware Named One of Best Companies to Work for in New Hampshire

Loftware, Inc. the global leader in Enterprise Labeling Solutions, today announced that it has been recognized, for the third consecutive year, by BusinessNH Magazine as one of the state's "Best Companies to Work for."  Loftware, Inc., the global leader in Enterprise Labeling Solutions, today announced that it has been recognized, for the third consecutive year, by BusinessNH Magazine as one the state’s “Best Companies to Work for.” The company, which has continued to increase its ranking from year to year is being highlighted as a top three company this year. Read more

 

Supply Chain IT

Top 3 Challenges with UDI Compliance for Medical Devices

This month, Sept. 24th to be exact, is the FDA deadline for labelers of soft contact lenses to comply with the Unique Device Identification (UDI) system for class II and III soft contact lends devices. With this impending deadline, we thought it might be good to revisit three of the key challenges that all medical device manufacturers face in meeting UDI requirements—and not just as it relates to FDA compliance, but global regulations, too.  Read more

 

EBN

How to Reduce Supplier Inventory Costs

If you’re like most large manufacturers, the management of supplier goods is a complex process with multiple stakeholders.  While the titles and roles may vary among organizations, the basic supplier workflow is generally the same. Read more

 

 

Packaging Strategies

Epson Partners with Loftware to Offer New Color Label Printing Solution

Epson America Inc. (epson.com) and Loftware Inc. (loftware.com) announce a new strategic partnership designed to support the growing demand for color label printing. Now as part of their Enterprise Labeling Solutions offering, used by thousands of companies globally, Loftware is delivering native print drivers that use EPSON ESC/Label language to drive the Epson ColorWorks® C7500 and C7500GE on-demand inkjet label printers. Read more

 

Supply Chain IT

Guarding Against Disaster

I'm sure we're all aware of the recent devastation brought on by Hurricane Harvey. The catastrophic impact of this hurricane has resulted in the flooding of over 50 counties and has displaced over 30,000 people who needed to abandon their homes and seek shelter elsewhere.To learn more about how Enterprise Labeling helps companies deal with changing requirements - including unavoidable, often catastrophic events - and sustain global supply chain operations, download this special report.  Read more

 

Business News Articles

The Bar Code News Latest Issue

The BarCode News, the ultimate resource for the barcode industry, has released a new issue of The Bar Code News Magazine. This free, online publication includes case studies, helpful articles. FAQ, and tips pertaining to labeling and the barcode industry. Also a list of upcoming bar code and RFID trade shows and a career page.  Read more

 

Material Handling & Logistics

Enhanced Label Print & RFID Capabilities

Loftware Print Server (LPS) 11.1 enables users to meet complex color labeling demands with support for Epson ColorWorks-c7500 and C7500GE on-demand printers. Loftware Inc. has introduced the latest releases of Loftware Print Server (LPS), Loftware Label Manager (LLM) and the Loftware Universal Connector. LPS 11.1 enables users to meet complex color labeling demands with support for Epson ColorWorks-c7500 and C7500GE on-demand printers. Read more

 

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Epson partners with Loftware to Meet Growing Demand for Color Label Printing

Epson America, Inc. and Loftware, Inc., the global leader in Enterprise Labeling Solutions, has announced a new strategic partnership designed to support the growing demand for color label printing. Now as part of their Enterprise Labeling Solutions offering, used by thousands of companies globally, Loftware is delivering native print drivers that use EPSON ESC/Label language to drive the Epson ColorWorks-C7500 and C7500GE on-demand inkjet label printers.  Read more

 

Industry Today

Loftware Releases Expand Native Color Support for Epson Printers and Extend RFID and Integration Capabilities

Loftware, Inc., the global leader in Enterprise Labeling Solutions, today announced the latest releases of Loftware Print Server (LPS), Loftware Label Manager (LLM), and the Loftware Universal Connector. LPS 11.1 enables users to meet complex color labeling demands with support for Epson ColorWorks TM-c7500 and C7500GE on-demand printers.    Read more

 

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Epson Partners with Loftware to Offer New Solution that Meets Growing Demand for Colour Label Printing Across Global Supply Chains

Loftware, Inc., the global leader in Enterprise Labeling Solutions, today announced the latest releases of Loftware Print Server (LPS), Loftware Label Manager (LLM), and the Loftware Universal Connector. LPS 11.1 enables users to meet complex color labeling demands with support for Epson ColorWorks-c7500 and C7500GE on-demand printers.           Read more

 

The BarCode News

Ten Helpful Barcode Label Videos For Any Application

Looking for a barcode label solution? We've reviewed an entire library of videos produced by some of the biggest barcode label companies around. Take a moment to view these brief but informative videos. Manufacturing supply chain vendors have been using Loftware barcode label solutions to track inventory. Its solutions integrate with major platforms including SAP and Oracle. For companies running Oracle, this video explains how Keitai Telecommunications invested in the Loftware Connector to improve its supply chain labeling integrationRead more

 

IT Reseller

Epson Partners with Loftware to Offer New Solution that Meets Growing Demand for Colour Label Printing Across Global Supply Chains

Epson America, Inc. and Loftware, Inc., the Enterprise Labelling Solutions provider, have announced a new strategic partnership designed to support the growing demand for colour label printing.Now as part of their Enterprise Labelling Solutions offering, used by thousands of companies globally, Loftware is delivering native print drivers that use Epson ESC/Label language to drive the Epson ColorWorks C7500 and C7500GE on-demand inkjet label printers. Read more

 

Converting Guide

Epson Partners with Loftware 

 Epson America and Loftware, Portsmouth, NH, report a new strategic partnership designed to support the growing demand for color label printing. As part of its Enterprise Labeling Solutions offering, Loftware is delivering native print drivers that use Epson ESC/Label language to drive the Epson ColorWorks C7500 and C7500GE on-demand inkjet label printers. Read more

 

 

Material Handling & Logistics

Pharmaceutical Labeling Improves Efficiencies in a Highly Complex Supply ChainLoftware 

Regulatory and supply chain pressures are causing drug companies to rethink their product labeling strategies.Pharmaceutical companies continue to adapt to regulations like the FDA's Drug Supply Chain Security Act (DSCSA) and 21 CFR Part 11. At the same time, their supply chains need to operate more efficiently to compete in a growing marketplace. That’s why manufacturers are looking at labeling to provide an edge in the face of these challengesRead more

 

Healthcare Packaging

Epson Partners with Loftware to Offer New Solution that Meets Growing Demand for Color Label Printing Across Global Supply Chains

 Enables Customers to Increase Print Speed and Eliminate the Need for Pre-Printed Label Stock, While Meeting Complex Customer and Regulatory Requirements.Epson America, Inc. and Loftware, Inc., the global leader in Enterprise Labeling Solutions, today announced a new strategic partnership designed to support the growing demand for color label printing. Read more 

 

Packaging Business Review

Epson Collaborates with loftware to Offer New Label Solution

Epson America and Loftware have partnered to support the increasing demand for color label printing. As a part of the collaboration, Loftware is delivering native print drivers which use EPSON ESC/Label language to drive the Epson ColorWorks C7500 and C7500GE on-demand inkjet label printers. The demand for color labeling is being driven by the need to support regulatory standards, customer branding demands and product identification. Read more 

 

Labels & Labeling

Epson Partners with Loftware

Loftware, Inc., the global leader in Enterprise Labeling Solutions, today announced the latest releases of Loftware Print Server (LPS), Loftware Label Manager (LLM), and the Loftware Universal Connector. Now as part of their Enterprise Labelling Solutions offering, used by thousands of companies globally, Loftware is delivering native print drivers that use Epson ESC/Label language to drive the Epson ColorWorks C7500 and C7500GE on-demand inkjet label printers.        Read more  

 

Packaging Strategies

Ensuring Pharmaceutical Safety Goes Beyond The Supply Chain

Pharmaceutical companies continue to adapt to regulations like the FDA’s Drug Supply Chain Security Act (DSCSA) and 21 CFR Part 11. At the same time, their supply chain needs to operate more efficiently to compete in a growing marketplace. That’s why more and more manufacturers are looking at labeling to provide an edge in the face of these challenges. Read more

 

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How To Navigate Labeling In A Highly Regulated, Competitive Marketplace

Labeling can be challenging and today’s medical device manufacturers are faced with a range of evolving requirements and regulations such as UDI, that complicate the process. But labeling can make a huge difference, enabling IT and supply chain decision makers to overcome challenges, and provide their company with a distinct competitive advantage. Read more

 

Packaging Digest

Top 5 Labeling Trends in Today's Global Supply Chains

More than 800 supply chain and information technology (IT) professionals from 32 countries participated in the fourth annual “Top 5 Trends in Enterprise Labeling” survey conducted by Loftware. The results show five significant shifts in labeling that are impacting global supply chains at an unprecedented level. Read more

 

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Industry Insight: The Future of Medical Device Labelling

Labelling can be challenging and today’s medical device manufacturers are faced with a range of evolving requirements and regulations such as UDI, that complicate the process. But labelling can make a huge difference, enabling IT and supply chain decision makers to overcome challenges, and provide their company with a distinct competitive advantage. Read more

 

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Why Demand for Color Labeling in the Supply Chain is on the Rise

The need to support color label printing is becoming more prevalent across all industries in order to meet evolving customer and corporate branding requirements. Also, new government regulations, which require the use of color, are leading businesses to completely overhaul the way they identify and label products. These evolving mandates are further driving investments in color labeling. Read more 

 

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Laura Johnson answers "What is barcode labelling and how is it currently utilised in pharma?" Read more 

 

 

Supply Chain 24/7

Complex Labeling Needs for Manufacturing, Warehousing, and Distribution

Trek Bicycle Corp. is a world leader in the manufacture and distribution of bicycles and cycling products through more than 5,000 independent dealers internationally. The company, headquartered in the United States, uses an enterprise labeling system to manage increasing customer demands, manufacturing processes, warehousing and inventory control and retail challenges. The centralized solution reduced label templates                                                                                                                       from 500 to 1 and prints more than 10 million customer labels globally. Read more

 

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How to Rev Up Efficiencies with Automotive Labeling

Labeling today is complex; today’s manufacturers and multi-tier suppliers are faced with a range of evolving requirements that complicate the process—and leave many companies accepting this process as the cost of doing business. But it doesn’t have to be. Labeling can make a huge difference, enabling IT and supply chain decision makers to not just overcome challenges, but provide their company with a distinct competitive advantage. Read more

 

Industry Today

Labels Become a Global Concern

With supply chains that extand around the globe, manufacturers realize they must develop labeling systems that reduce errors and meet local requirements. Supply chains have become increasingly important as businesses become more global and interconnected. Globalization and digital technologies are changing business, especially as companies look to accelerate growth and expand into new markets.  Read more

 

The BarCode News

Medical Device Labeling For A Highly Regulated, Highly Competitive Marketplace

Labeling can be challenging and today’s medical device manufacturers are faced with a range of evolving requirements and regulations such as UDI, that complicate the process. But labeling can make a huge difference, enabling IT and supply chain decision makers to overcome challenges, and provide their company with a distinct competitive advantage.  Read more

 

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Technology Newsmaker Q&A Harald Desjarlais

Harald Desjarlais is the automotive industry specialist at Loftware. He spoke to Aftermarket Business World about the complexity of labeling and how the right labeling solution can improve supply chain operations. Read more 

 

The BarCode News

2017 Top 5 Trends in Enterprise Labeling

Loftware conducts an annual survey to get a pulse on the impact of labeling on today’s supply chain. We polled over 800 supply chain and IT professionals from organizations across all major industries in 32 different countries to gather insights on what they saw as the major trends in Enterprise Labeling for 2017. Our fourth annual “Top 5 Trends in Enterprise Labeling” report outlines significant shifts in labeling that are impacting global supply chains at an unprecedented level. Read more

 

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Enterprise Labeling Solution Centralizes Label Requirements

Trek Bicycle Corp. is a world leader in the manufacture and distribution of bicycles and cycling products through more than 5,000 independent dealers internationally. The company, headquartered in the United States, uses an enterprise labeling system to manage increasing customer demands, manufacturing processes, warehousing and inventory control and retail challenges. The centralized solution reduced label templates from 500 to 1 and prints more than 10 million customer labels globally. Read more

 

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How Labeling Helps Meet Pharmaceutical Supply Chain Challenges

The pharmaceutical supply chain is highly complex. Many ingredients are often shipped in bulk, repackaged, and reshipped before they find their way to the manufacturer producing the branded end-products. Multiple tiers of suppliers and wholesalers are often involved. Oftentimes, borders are crossed. Labeling is essential to smooth the flow of the pharmaceutical supply chain, where problems can arise at any juncture in the chain, or may “wait” to become manifest only in a finished product. Read more

 

EHS Today

Chemical Labeling Software

Each month, EHS Today features the latest product innovations geared to enhance your workplace safety initiatives.The May 2017 issue highlights products from Seeq, Loftware, Sphera, PIRTEK, Honeywell, Justrite Manufacturing Co., Brady SPC and FallTech. Read more

 

 

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How to Rev Up Efficiencies with Automotive Labeling

An enterprise-wide labeling solution, tightly integrated with existing systems unifies the entire labeling process to save time and money. Labeling today is complex; today’s manufacturers and multi-tier suppliers are faced with a range of evolving requirements that complicate the process—and leave many companies accepting this process as the cost of doing business. Read more 

 

The BarCode News

How to Rev Up Efficiencies with Automotive Labeling

Labeling today is complex; today’s manufacturers and multi-tier suppliers are faced with a range of evolving requirements that complicate the process—and leave many companies accepting this process as the cost of doing business. But it doesn’t have to be. Labeling can make a huge difference, enabling IT and supply chain decision makers to not just overcome challenges, but provide their company with a distinct competitive advantage. Read more

 

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Rev Up Supply Chain Efficiencies with Automotive Labeling

The automotive industry has an intricate supply chain that’s only growing more complex with a broad range of players, including OEMs, sub-tier suppliers, warehouse and transportation managers, distributors, retailers, and end consumers. At the core of this materials flow is the label, which serves as the identifier of the product, determines its destination, and carries a variety of data required to assure that it is successfully received and processed. Read more

 

 

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How To Rev Up Efficiencies With Automotive Labeling

Labeling can make a huge difference, enabling IT and supply chain decision makers to not just overcome challenges, but provide their company with a distinct competitive advantage. Harald Desjarlais, senior account executive at Loftware, recently took time to answer questions outlining how the right labeling solution can deliver significant, measurable results for you. Read more

 

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Defend Auto Supply Chain Integrity with Barcode Labeling

When your organization plays a role in the auto parts supply chain, it's wise to take every precaution against counterfeit hardware. Ensuring the integrity of products attributed your brand helps investigators detect fakes and keeps drivers safe. If people don't fall for forged parts, they won't put themselves at risk by using these copies of dubious origin.     Read more

 

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Industry Insight: How to Rev Up Efficiencies with Automotive Labeling

Labeling today is complex; today’s manufacturers and multi-tier suppliers are faced with a range of evolving requirements that complicate the process—and leave many companies accepting this process as the cost of doing business. But it doesn’t have to be. Automotive Labeling can make a huge difference, enabling IT and supply chain decision makers to not just overcome challenges, but provide their company with a distinct competitive advantage. Read more

 

Food Manufacturing

2017 Top 5 Trends In Enterprise Labeling

Supply chains and the solutions used for managing them have become increasingly important as businesses become more global and interconnected. Globalization and digital technologies are changing business, especially as companies look to accelerate growth and expand into new markets. Additionally, food and beverage companies have the added pressure of complying with standards and regulations such as the Food Safety Modernization Act, GMO Labeling and EU 1169 — the European regulation on labeling — all while keeping operations running smoothly.  Read more

 

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Simple Sophistication

Global labeller Loftware has launched the latest release of the world's only 100% browser-based solution designed to meet complex, high volume customer and regulatory labelling requirements. Spectrum 3.0 introduces a Business Rules Configurator, an intuitive new interface, which empowers business users to streamline the creation and management of labelling logic with easy drag and drop capabilites. Read more

 

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Validation Accelerator Pack for Medical Device Companies

Loftware, Inc., a provider of enterprise labeling solutions, has partnered with USDM Life Sciences, a global regulatory consulting firm in the life sciences industry, to deliver the Loftware Validation Accelerator Pack (VAP). The Loftware VAP is designed to enable medical device companies to quickly and cost-effectively implement and maintain a validated and compliant labeling solution. It complements Loftware Spectrum, a labeling solution designed to address the unique complexities and regulatory requirements of labeling in the medical device space. Read more

 

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Enterprise Labeling Solution Keeps Pace With Customers While Saving Time And Money

Headquartered in the U.S., Trek Bicycle Corporation is a world leader in the manufacture and distribution of bicycles and cycling products. A major competitor in the global bicycle market, the company exports to over 90 different countries and their bikes are sold through more than 5,000 independent dealers internationally. Trek also sells through Independent Bike Dealers (IBD), which are standalone dealerships, which sell Trek’s various product lines and has several Trek Factory Stores across the globe. Read more

  

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A Better Enterprise Labeling Solution

While based in Waterloo, WI, Trek Bicycle Corp. ships its bikes all over the world. Recently implemented at the firm is an enterprise labeling solution from Loftware that brings a number of advantages where efficiency and cost are concerned. According to Tom Spoke, Global IT-ERP Director at Trek, the opportunity to bring Loftware into the picture presented itself when the firm transitioned to a J.D. Edwards Enterprise Resource Planning system from Oracle. Read more

  

The BarCode News

2017 Top Trends in Enterprise Labeling

Supply chains and the solutions used for managing them have become increasingly important as businesses become more global and interconnected. Globalization and digital technologies are changing business, especially as companies look to accelerate growth and expand into new markets. To do this, companies must create efficiencies in their supply chain and be able to address complex and ever changing supply chain dynamics. Read more

 

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How Labeling Can Help Manufacturing Companies Compete in Global Marketplace

Labeling today is complex; today’s manufacturers are faced with a range of evolving requirements that complicate the process—and leave many companies accepting this process as the cost of doing business. But it doesn’t have to be. Labeling can make a huge difference, enabling IT and supply chain decision makers to not just overcome challenges, but also provide their company with a distinct competitive advantage. Read more

 

 

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2017 Top 5 Trends in Enterprise Labeling

Supply chains and the solutions used for managing them have become increasingly important as businesses become more global and interconnected. Globalization and digital technologies are changing business, especially as companies look to accelerate growth and expand into new markets. To do this, companies must create efficiencies in their supply chain and be able to address complex and ever changing supply chain dynamics. Read more

 

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Other Voices: 2017 Top 5 Trend in Enterprise Labeling

Supply chains and the solutions used for managing them have become increasingly important as businesses become more global and interconnected. This is why it’s critical to identify, understand, and measure how labeling has a strategic impact on your supply chain and your company’s business growth. Read more

 

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2017 Top 5 Trends in Enterprise Labeling-Industry-Today 

Supply chains and the solutions used for managing them have become increasingly important as businesses become more global and interconnected. This is why it’s critical to identify, understand, and measure how labeling has a strategic impact on your supply chain and your company’s business growth. Read more

 

 

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Other Voices: 2017 Top 5 Trends in Enterprise Labeling

Supply chains and the solutions used for managing them have become increasingly important as businesses become more global and interconnected. This is why it’s critical to identify, understand, and measure how labeling has a strategic impact on your supply chain and your company’s business growth. Read more

 

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Loftware Spectrum 3.0 Makes Applying Sophisticated Business Logic Simple

Loftware, Inc., the global leader in Enterprise Labeling Solutions, today 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. Read more   

 

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Loftware Spectrum 3.0: the New Business Rules Configurator

Loftware Inc., a leader in enterprise labeling solutions, today 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.  Read more

 

 

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Trek - Keeping Pace with Customers While Saving Time and Money

Headquartered in the U.S., Trek Bicycle Corporation is a world leader in the manufacture and distribution of bicycles and cycling products. A major competitor in the global bicycle market, the company exports to over 90 different countries and their bikes are sold through more than 5,000 independent dealers internationally. Trek also sells through Independent Bike Dealers (IBD), which are standalone dealerships, which sell Trek’s various product lines and has several Trek Factory Stores across the globe. Read more

 

 

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Loftware Spectrum® 3.0 Makes Applying Sophisticated Business Logic Simple

Loftware, Inc., global provider of Enterprise Labeling Solutions, 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. Read more

 

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Loftware Releases Spectrum 3.0 For Enterprise Labeling

The latest release of the 100 percent browser-based product is designed to meet complex, high volume customer and regulatory labeling requirements. Spectrum 3.0 introduces a Business Rules Configurator, an intuitive new interface, which allows users to streamline the creation and management of labeling logic with easy drag and drop capabilities. Read more

  

 

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Questions & Answers with Denny Ross

Labeling today is complex; today’s manufacturers are faced with a range of evolving requirements that complicate the process—and leave many companies accepting this process as the cost of doing business. But it doesn’t have to be. Labeling can make a huge difference, enabling IT and supply chain decision makers to not just overcome challenges, but also provide their company with a distinct competitive advantage. Read more

 

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Holoptica and Loftware Prevent Counterfeiting with Holographic Barcodes

Barcode labeling has been largely a manual, time-consuming, expensive, one-off type of process. Box software applications, used on a site-by-site basis, have generally been point solutions that met a specific need or specific use case. However, the labeling process has moved from being application and task-centric to an agile and flexible process that fits better with how businesses operate today.     Read more

 

 

 

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