Niceware International, LLC, a software solution provider, joins forces with Wasatch Computer Technology, LLC, an industry-leading developer of RIP and Print Management Software. Wasatch SoftRIP for Niceware is a color management and printing package that manages consistent color across a wide range of materials and applications. This color print management software is designed for high-speed color inkjet printers such as those in Colordyne Technologies' CDT-1600 Series.
Niceware partnered with Wasatch Computer Technology, LLC for their industry leading RIP and Print Management software. Wasatch SoftRIP is sophisticated RIP software made easy and it was the perfect addition to Niceware’s product line with intuitive workflows, powerful print controls, and easy-to-use spot color replacement. By reducing the amount of ink laid down, Wasatch SoftRIP consistently delivers the proper amount of each color.
This color management and printing package combines Wasatch technology with NiceLabel, the professional label design and printing software. NiceLabel Pro provides a variety of features for label design and integration including barcodes, variable fields, database connectivity, and more. This fully featured label design program is capable of handling variable data and connects to virtually any database or ERP business management system.
“Partnering with Wasatch Computer Technology has allowed us to present a new solution to our partners,” said Shawn Motley, General Manager of Niceware International. “We are excited to introduce a color management and printing software package that will save them time and money in color labeling.”
Wasatch SoftRIP for Niceware takes the guesswork out of your workflow with a comprehensive color management, advanced label design and print management solution. With the ability to support material profiling, each label stock can match the inkjet printer’s capabilities for predictable color. Labels or images can be sent directly from NiceLabel Pro or any Windows application to print to Wasatch SoftRIP.
"We’re pleased to be working with Niceware International to bring such advanced machinery to the market,” said Mike Ware, President of Wasatch Computer Technology. “The speed of this system is amazing!”