Loftware, Epson Partner Up on Improving Labeling Workflows


The collaboration—the parties say—can help improve supply chain operations.

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Loftware, a global software company specializing in enterprise labeling and artwork management solutions for the pharma industry, and Seiko Epson Corporation, who specializes in color label printers, are forming a strategic partnership that intends to improve customers’ labeling workflows.

The new collaboration comes at a time when demand has grown among companies that utilize SAP EH&S ERP systems and who plan to migrate to S/4 HANA and the cloud. The agreement revolves around developing cloud-based one-step color printing solutions that improve print efficiency and ease-of-use via integration with SAP and other business systems.

The partnership is expected to integrate the Epson’s branded color label printers with Loftware’s NiceLabel Cloud platforms, resulting in improved productivity, reducing customers’ reliance on IT, minimizing print errors, and decreasing the cost and inventory of pre-printed labels.

"We're partnering with Epson to help businesses of all sizes move their labeling into the cloud," notes Paul Vogt, VP of channel and alliance strategies at Loftware. “Businesses are adopting best-of-breed partner labeling solutions and one-step color label printing to bring radical improvements to their supply chain printing operations. We’re delighted to collaborate with Epson to deliver such transformation.”

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