Label Traxx V9 at Labelexpo – Hall 7, Stand N10

An MIS solution for label converters

Label Traxx features
Label Traxx features Photo: Label Traxx

Label Traxx, a provider of business management software for narrow web flexo and digital label printers, will participate in Labelexpo India 2022. The software allows label converters to efficiently manage their label printing business from order entry to accounting, with label estimating, order management, tracking raw material inventory, raising invoices, and generating MIS report.

Narayanan Venkatesh, the Indian representative of Label Traxx, said that the company’s main intention at the exhibition is to meet label converters and explain the features of the software. It will mainly talk about its Version 9, which is a completely redesigned modern user interface and contains new primary navigation tools and increased customization options to enhance the user experience. Job costing and shop floor data collection modules have been improved to support new roll-tracking features, reliable remote access, and a new operator user experience.

Narayanan Venkatesh said, “At the show, Label Traxx and Batched will together demonstrate the third general release of their automated planning and scheduling product. Along with other performance and usability improvements, this release contains a new set of features that blend artificial intelligence and machine learning with human engagement. This approach optimizes manufacturing assets without sacrificing the flexibility necessary in dynamic environments offering better support for unplanned material shortages, staffing availability changes, or rush orders.”

Siteline customer engagement module

Siteline, Label Traxx’s customer engagement module, offers new features to further simplify product management and reordering processes. The tool now provides artwork approval capabilities with a high level of functionality while simplifying an otherwise complex process. Centralizing these processes in a single portal gives customers a single site to navigate, thereby improving adoption rates. Aside from enhancing the customer experience, Siteline reduces the time spent on job ticket creation for customer service teams, allows new employees to contribute sooner, and gets jobs on the press faster.

“We are new to the Indian market as we believe there is a gap for a professional MIS solution already widely adopted with 500 customers and 8,000 users worldwide. The outlook for 2023 is that processes need to be automated to help increase margins and utilize employees’ existing skills. Companies adopting online ordering solutions like our product Siteline are seeing greater customer retention and an increase of 25% in orders. Label Traxx helps to get jobs on press faster with accuracy, every time,” he concludes.

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