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Label Traxx launches Version 5.2

May 21, 2008

Tailored Solutions, the producer of Label Traxx print business software for narrow web flexo converters, has introduced Version 5.2 of the software.

Tailored Solutions, the producer of Label Traxx print business software for narrow web flexo converters, has introduced Version 5.2 of the software. The upgrade incorporates more than 25 new features and enhancements, according to President Ken Meinhardt.

“Label Traxx Version 5.2 users enjoy many new features, including several which are of particular interest to our ever-growing number of international customers,” Meinhardt says. “They permit users to save time and to serve customers more efficiently, and were developed in direct response to suggestions and comments made by our many happy Label Traxx users.”

Among the new features are:

Full support for HP Indigo Label Presses: Users can quickly calculate digital press parameters, and graphically view the process crossover point between flexo and digital.

General ledger budgets: Users can quickly create general ledger budgets, and can import and export data with ease and convenience.

Press capacity planning: A new report enables managers to quickly review the current scheduled load on each press, including hours, days and costs assigned to each press backlog.

Flatbed and rotary presses: Label Traxx 5.2 now accommodates rotary press stations and flatbed diecutters, in addition to the popular narrow web machines used by most users.


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