The true cost of labeling is the cost associated with printing errors, mislabeling and even product recalls or fines. Other costs that should also be taken into account are labor and training. Best practice is to minimize these costs by integrating and automating label printing with your existing business applications or, for manual printing, customizing the printing interface to the user’s and the processes’ needs.
Barcode label design and print productivity solutions
Every day, NiceLabel solutions help customers streamline their business with barcode and RFID technology. In addition to label designers NiceLabel provides tools that allow you to easily create purpose-built printing solutions. Only purpose-built solutions eliminate human error and increase productivity.
Reduce the complexity and costs of labeling like hundreds of thousands of businesses in all industries – with NiceLabel.
Quickly design and print barcode labels without IT help
Get started and finished with label design today
The NiceLabel designer delivers a familiar Microsoft Word-like user experience. This means anyone can quickly design professional labels without previous knowledge of barcoding or designer training.
Print accurately and consistently without printing errors
Printing labels with dynamic data is different from printing other types of documents. The labeling system needs to enable production and warehouse staff to print quickly and without errors. NiceLabel comes with an all-in-one printing form that helps users print accurate labels without the risk of error.
Streamline and Manage
A next-generation all-inclusive label management system
he NiceLabel LMS is a next-generation all-inclusive label management system for businesses that operate a quality management system and for regulated enterprises. The NiceLabel LMS includes everything you need to standardize, centralize and control your labeling.
The NiceLabel LMS includes a label designer, application builder, document management system, web printing system, integrated printing system, a non-production environment and a change and transport system. It is scalable from five users to many thousands of users and can be extended to remote locations, suppliers or contract manufacturers.