Loftware Inc., the largest global software company specializing in Enterprise Labeling and Artwork Management solutions, today announced the availability of Loftware Spectrum 4.6. The latest release of Loftware’s cloud-based Enterprise Labeling solution, which already drives a broad set of supply chain thermal printers, adds support for marking and coding production devices. With Spectrum 4.6, customers can drive printer device types from an all-in-one digital solution, enabling businesses to seamlessly deploy, maintain, and scale all their labeling, marking, and coding operations across multiple locations.
A key component of Loftware Spectrum 4.6 is added support for all Loftware NiceLabel’s printer drivers. Loftware Spectrum 4.6 now supports more than 5,000 drivers over a broad set of devices, including Videojet, Domino, Markem-Imaje, Epson, Eltron, Avery Dennison, and many others in the future. Spectrum 4.6 users can now mark products in the quickest and most efficient way, while adhering to global customer, regulatory, and branding requirements.
“Large, global companies are looking for a single software solution that can replace their disparate labeling applications and drive all their print devices,” said Josh Roffman, Loftware SVP, Marketing and Product Management. “By adopting Spectrum 4.6 as part of a cloud-first strategy, businesses gain printing flexibility, accuracy, and efficiency to improve their bottom line and support global growth,” he added.
The new Loftware Spectrum 4.6 Operator Dashboard application enables customers to interface with their coding and marking equipment, visualize their production environment, and initialize job deployment workflow. This combines with standard integration across business applications to eliminate risky human touch from labeling, marking, and coding operations. By ensuring the correct template and data are at each printer in both their own facilities and those of their contractors, organizations can avoid costly and time-consuming errors from inconsistent manual interventions and mislabeling on the production floor.
Other enhancements include improved monitoring and troubleshooting capabilities, easier configuration and upgrades, and an updated user interface to align with Loftware’s new corporate brand.