Loftware has launched the latest version of its Spectrum enterprise labelling software, Spectrum, with v4.2 optimising usability, performance and responsiveness.

Loftware is a specialist in enterprise labelling and artwork management, with more than 5000 customers in over 100 countries. Spectrum is claimed as the only all-in-one enterprise labelling software to be delivered completely via a browser-based interface, and ‘redefines how enterprises create, manage and print labels’, enabling organisations of all sizes to implement, deploy, maintain and scale their labelling operations globally.

Loftware Spectrum 4.2 includes a new user interface (UI), which was designed based on detailed customer feedback, and has been optimised for usability, performance and responsiveness. It also furthers control to manage labelling process across a global landscape by enabling users to the access the Spectrum digital platform through mobile devices. The ability to use a phone, iPad or other mobile device provides the flexibility to make changes and manage label printing right from the warehouse, factory floor, or from other any other site that requires on-demand label printing.

Spectrum’s revamped interface includes new streamlined navigation, refreshed colour scheme, and a more intuitive page layout to streamline the user experience and reduce the number of clicks required, while increasing overall responsiveness. The expanded workspace, combined with time-saving drag and drop functionality, allows users to create and update labels and business rules with ease, as Josh Roffman, vice president of product management at Loftware, explained.

‘Our goal is to ensure that it’s quick and easy to update labels to meet evolving customer and regulatory requirements, without relying on scarce IT resources,’ said Mr Roffman. ‘Spectrum’s new intuitive interface takes usability to the next level, optimising performance and creating new efficiencies for everyday business users.’

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