New Tailored Solutions Label Traxx Localization Allows Operators to Work in their Native Languages
Press release from the issuing company
Milwaukee, WI, May 2005—Tailored Solutions Label Traxx software for flexographic narrow web converters and printers now includes a new feature which permits storing each phase or text string in as many as seven different languages. In addition, system administrators can assign specific product nomenclature to text strings, thus making Label Traxx specific to a particular application, customer, or industry. With this feature, individual terminal operators may select their most familiar language, thus reducing errors and enabling new employees to learn in their native tongue.
Announcing the new feature, Tailored Solutions president Ken Meinhardt commented: “In our increasingly multicultural society, businesses must accommodate employees who speak different languages. Our many software users told us that alternative language capability would enhance their use of Label Traxx, and permit non-English speaking workers to become productive more quickly. In addition, text string assignment permits customers to identify products using familiar proprietary nomenclature, or terms that relate to a particular customer. Tailored Solutions is please to provide this comprehensive new feature at no extra cost to new and existing customers.”
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