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Epson collaborates with Loftware to offer new label solution

PKBR Staff Writer Published 22 August 2017

Epson America and Loftware have partnered to support the increasing demand for color label printing.

As a part of the collaboration, Loftware is delivering native print drivers which use EPSON ESC/Label language to drive the Epson ColorWorks C7500 and C7500GE on-demand inkjet label printers.

The demand for color labeling is being driven by the need to support regulatory standards, customer branding demands and product identification.

Printing data on labels and content on a per label basis along with rapid demand for color and call for labeling solutions cannot be satisfied by using Windows drivers.

The reason behind the collaboration is to address the problems in color label printing by combining the software and hardware solution which can meet enterprise-level performance and scalability requirements.   

Loftware along with its solution Loftware Spectrum provides native color print capabilities that can support all types of color printing across a global enterprise.

The native print drivers exclude the need of installing and managing windows printer drivers. Also, it offers an option to deploy on Linux based platforms to its customers.

Access to Loftware's native printer drivers allows the companies to save their time and cost as well as reduce the size of print streams by increasing the print speed significantly thereby simplifying the printing process.

Epson ColorWorks solutions can be utilized for high mix label requirements. Its inkjet printing has a fast drying feature and durable color inks that can fulfill the demand of customers.

Also, customers can immediately modify label size and information by excluding the need to inventory high numbers of pre-printed labels. This process reduces the overall label costs.