Innovating with a Homegrown Label Print MIS
Published on April 29, 2015
A short film by Label Traxx tells the story of when it might be time to modernize your approach to running your label printing operations. One of the keys to thriving in an increasingly data-driven world is to have a trusted label print management system of record, that allows you to reliably manage and share data across your organization and with your customers. This film slightly exaggerates the homegrown systems used to manage a busy label printing operation. This video is presented by Label Traxx.
Label Traxx is job management software specifically created for narrow web flexo and digital label printers or printers who specialize in in-line roll converting, such as hot stamp, rotary letterpress, and web combination presses. To learn more visit labeltraxx.com.
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