Label Traxx MIS is exhibiting at the event and will be available to discuss strategies to help digital label converters gain a competitive advantage. In a digital environment, turnaround times and accuracy are pivotal to success. Label Traxx MIS software provides label converters with the tools to support and enhance digital workflows. It allows label manufacturers to reduce waste and non-value added tasks, paving the way to more profitable work.
“Label Traxx MIS has a number of digital-specific tools to integrate with key partners and help label converters increase productivity and profit,” explains business development manager Chris Spooner. “Multi-SKU orders can be created within seconds and our file-planning tool enables printers to gang these jobs as efficiently as possible. Further integration with prepress software such as Esko Automation Engine and Hybrid Cloudflow means that artwork tasks such as step and repeat are automated, reducing pressure on the art department.”
Label Traxx provides a single system of record for your data which means you avoid time-wasting double-entry of data. The program helps to group together similar label products, to increase production efficiencies and speed up turnaround times. It will also manage job timings to help optimise planning and production. Label Traxx monitors job cost information in real time, so you can analyse how profitable your digital jobs are and Xeikon press users can also receive data on toner usage from the press as part of this analysis.
Café attendees will also be able to see Label Traxx’s newly launched Siteline module – a web interface, which is fully-integrated with Label Traxx and enables end users to place repeat orders online, see previous order history and track projects through milestones. Siteline also handles new artwork being uploaded online.