Hundreds of leading, global companies, who run their businesses with SAP® Applications, use Loftware Enterprise Labeling Solutions to drive top line revenue growth, improve customer responsiveness, cut cost, and enhance supply chain efficiency. Loftware's certified SAP labeling solutions are specifically designed to integrate with SAP ECC, SAP Business Suite on HANA, and SAP S/4HANA (Download Infographic). This tight integration offers an unprecedented level of flexibility and power to create, manage, and print mission-critical barcode labels across your supply chain.
When you integrate labeling with SAP, you leverage existing business processes and vital data sources to achieve label accuracy and consistency—while eliminating duplication of data and the need to retrain users.
A robust Enterprise Labeling Solution with the industry's highest level of SAP-certified integration removes added costs or risks when migrating to newer SAP platforms including S/4HANA or EWM.
Deploy in a centralized, distributed or hybrid model for total flexibility--while leveraging common data sources, templates and configurations.
A configurable business rules engine supports the changing complexities of labeling without having to rewrite code. Empower business users to dynamically update labels to easily manage mass label changes and significantly reduce the number of templates to manage.
Customers and partners in the supply chain are looking for immediate response to their labeling requirements. Enterprise Labeling integrated with SAP provides controlled access so select users—not just IT—have the ability to update the most complex labels in minutes instead of weeks or months.
Keep up with evolving global requirements, quickly and efficiently, by pulling data, symbologies, warnings, etc. from SAP and other master data sources. Avoid fines and supply chain disruptions while entering new markets with greater confidence.
Whether adding new locations or expanding customer reach, it’s important that labeling communicate across your full printer landscape, which may include thousands of different printers – all of which need to work with a centralized labeling solution.