NiceLabel announces PowerForms Web and NiceLabel 6.1

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NiceLabel has announced the release of PowerForms Web and PowerForms Cloud - online label printing solutions that help businesses deploy controlled label printing across the enterprise and beyond to the supply chain. PowerForms Web helps enterprises achieve full traceability and visibility, eliminate non-compliance costs and prevent unauthorised production. Companies can centrally control label printing across the entire supply chain: suppliers, factories, branches, shops, franchises and business partners.


PowerForms Web removes the technical obstacles to implement successful compliance labeling. It helps reduce deployment costs, enables working with new suppliers faster and eliminates resistance of compliance programmes. Full control of label printing also prevents production overruns and counterfeiting. Companies can remotely monitor and control supplier label printing. To establish brand protection, companies can also build print related security features into their labels.
 
PowerForms Cloud is a cloud-hosted version of PowerForms Web, built on the Microsoft Azure platform, which provides faster deployment, global scalability and eliminates infrastructure costs. NiceLabel also released version 6.1 of the award winning NiceLabel Designer Pro and PowerForms Desktop. New features include improved GHS support, such as trapeze text wrapping around GHS diamond-shaped symbols and color separation for thermal transfer printers.
 
"NiceLabel continues to innovate; PowerForms Web gives Enterprises the ability to instantly deploy label printing across the entire supply chain. Real-time traceability, visibility and standardized labeling are now affordable and available anywhere across the globe. NiceLabel is also the first label designer to make it easy for customers to both comply with new GHS/HCS 2012 regulation and design complex labels around it. Customers were asking for improved space utilization. Trapeze text wrapping around diamond symbols was developed to meet this need." said Ken Moir, Marketing Director at NiceLabel.

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