Radius Solutions Streamlines Workflow for Flexible Packaging Market
Press release from the issuing company
Chicago, IL – (August 16, 2002) Radius Solutions, Inc., the leading supplier of integrated management information systems for the print and packaging industries, offers flexible users more control than ever before.
As evidence, Radius Solutions PECAS Vision software provides powerful functionality, that’s available right out-of-the-box without costly and time-consuming modifications.
Fully equipped with pre-loaded standard carton styles, built-in nesting routines that calculate required board sizes automatically, powerful pricing tools and the ability to generate multiple quantity versions - are just a few of the functionalities which enable PECAS Vision to handle all of the complexities of the flexible packaging industry.
Radius Solutions President David Taylor says, "The single most important attribute of a software package in the Flexible Packaging market is FIT. Our product has evolved over the last 30 years to satisfy the unique needs of printing and packaging companies. With unmatched product functionality, we can configure and implement our solution in a cost effective and timely manner, without the risks associated with large software development projects. This approach maximizes the chance for success, which for us is defined as the product meets the expectations of our client, the project is on time and on budget.”
For over 30 years Radius Solutions continues to offer innovative software designs, a unique product line and the experienced professionals needed in order to streamline the workflow of the print, label, carton and flexible packaging industries.
Visit Radius at Label Expo, Booth #3124, September 10-12th, at the Donald E. Stephens Center in Rosemont, IL or the Graph Expo, Booth #4836, October 6-9th at McCormick Place South in Chicago IL - to preview PECAS Vision II, the latest version of our revolutionary printing and packaging software.
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