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  • 20 Jul 2020

Loftware redesigns its Spectrum software

Loftware, has released the latest version of its Spectrum 4.2 browser-based labeling software with a redesigned user interface, optimized usability, performance and responsiveness

Loftware, has released the latest version of its Spectrum 4.2 browser-based labeling software with a redesigned user interface, optimized usability, performance and responsiveness.

The highlight of the latest Spectrum release is a new user interface designed based on detailed customer feedback. It includes new streamlined navigation, color scheme, plus a more intuitive page layout to improve the user experience and reduce the number of clicks required, while increasing overall responsiveness. The expanded workspace, combined with time-saving drag and drop functionality, allows users to create and update labels and business rules much quicker.

‘The changes we made to the user interface are based on ongoing engagement and extensive feedback from our customers,’ stated Josh Roffman, VP of product management at Loftware. ‘Our goal is to ensure that it’s quick and easy to update labels to meet evolving customer and regulatory requirements, without relying on scarce IT resources. The Spectrum’s new intuitive interface takes usability to the next level, optimizing performance and creating new efficiencies for everyday business users.’

Spectrum 4.2 also expands the customer’s ability to use phone, tablet or other mobile devices. This provides the flexibility to make changes and manage label printing right from the warehouse, factory floor, or from any other site that requires on-demand label printing.

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