Tailored Solutions Partners with Niceware International to Create Labels on Most Thermal Printers
Press release from the issuing company
Milwaukee, WI, September 2005—Tailored Solutions Label Traxx - the popular print business management software for flexographic narrow web label printers and converters—now interfaces directly with NiceLabel, the thermal printing software offered by Niceware International. As a result, Label Traxx customers can now easily print labels on any thermal printer. The new Label Traxx/Niceware interface allows Label Traxx users to create label formats using a user friendly format. The benefits to Label Traxx users include faster printing, more printer options, and an intuitive label creation process which greatly reduces training.
In discussing the enhancement, Tailored Solutions president Ken Meinhardt commented: “The preponderance of thermal printers in business today, coupled with the need to print labels for a variety of purposes, make our new interface to NiceLabel a welcome addition to our powerful Label Traxx software. Tailored Solutions is pleased again to lead the industry with this first-ever solution.”
Niceware International specializes in developing, supplying and supporting professional industrial software, primarily in the area of automatic identification. The company is one of the world's major label printing software manufacturers and service providers, combining top-level software development and rich experience with thermal transfer technology, integration solutions for ERP systems, RF technology and data collection. The company's most established product is NiceLabel, a full-featured labeling software package for label design and production. Microsoft has certified NiceLabel products with the Designed for Windows 95, 98 & NT logo, indicating assurance of reliability and operational compliance in the latest Windows ME, 2000 and XP environments.
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