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Whitlam Label goes live with EFI Radius ERP

November 20, 2012

The software complements the converter's Jetrion 4830 UV inkjet system and its EFI Fiery RIP.

EFI has announced that Whitlam Label, headquartered in Center Line, MI, USA, with facilities around the world, has become the latest EFI PSI Flexo user to go live with EFI Radius ERP software for packaging. EFI says that now 75% of the top 400 printers in North America (by revenue) are using EFI’s MIS/ERP software.

Whitlam Label worked closely with the EFI Radius team and enjoyed a smooth implementation of the ERP system. “It takes a talented group of committed people to implement an ERP system efficiently,” says Alex Elezaj, chief operating officer at Whitlam Label. “Our group at Whitlam Label worked diligently with the EFI Radius team and we accomplished what we set out to do in the expected timeframe.”

Whitlam Label’s continued success with their EFI Jetrion 4830 UV inkjet system and EFI’s high-performance Fiery RIP, along with years of working with EFI PSI Flexo, helped position EFI as a trusted advisor for Elezaj. The successful ERP implementation and the company’s initial use of the system have further solidified his confidence in EFI. “So far, the system has been excellent and we know it is the right solution,” Elezaj adds. “EFI Radius fits the complexity of our work and serves as the platform for our continued growth in the future. We are confident in EFI’s strength and its ability to continue to invest moving forward.”

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