Priority Software Partners with NiceLabel to Deliver Innovative Cloud-Based Labeling Solutions
25. Mar. 2021
Priority Software Ltd., a leading global provider of business management solutions, today announced the expansion of its solutions offering, signing a technology partnership agreement with NiceLabel, a leading global developer of label design software and label management systems that recently joined forces with Loftware, the global leader in Enterprise Labeling & Artwork Management Solutions. This new partnership will enable Priority customers to integrate NiceLabel’s “Label Cloud” SaaS-based solution with the Priority ERP system, to facilitate fast, easy, and convenient label printing.
For over three decades, NiceLabel has been a leading global provider of label design software and label management systems, helping companies of all sizes to improve the quality, speed, and efficiency of their labeling by digitally transforming their entire labeling process, from design, to printing, to comprehensive label management. Fully integrated with Priority ERP, NiceLabel’s flagship product, “Label Cloud,” will provide Priority customers with guaranteed print accuracy for labels, by initiating the print process inside the Priority system, effectively managing the process from label design to print, and every stage in between.
A comprehensive SaaS-based solution, Label Cloud centrally designs and stores labels, printing them in just minutes from any computer or mobile device in any location. Users can securely store, manage, and access labels and data in the cloud, integrate labeling with product data, easily scale printing across their organization, and print labels without any local infrastructure. The result is a leaner, more agile operation that enables companies to respond quicker to changing market conditions and requirements, get products to market faster, and compete more effectively in the sectors where they do business.
A leading ERP solution provider, Priority thrives on innovation, delivering the tools and functionality to meet the unique needs of its customers, and is now proud to offer its customers the ability to manage and control their label printing, helping them to enhance efficiency and productivity, and reduce label printing costs, with a prebuilt integration by Priority ERP. Powered by flexibility, system openness and mobility tools, Priority believes that ERP systems should and can be easier to use, easier to implement and easier to maintain and enhance. Priority supports business processes and workflows by delivering the necessary tools to achieve this flexibility, including Business Process Management (BPM), mobile application generator, user-level personalization, business rules generator, and more.
Avi Troub, VP International Sales & Channel at Priority Software, said, “We are delighted to provide NiceLabel product functionality embedded into Priority ERP, and the opportunity to deliver real added-value functionality to our customers around the world. I am confident that Label Cloud will complement Priority ERP’s product offering by optimizing the end-to-end label printing process, saving our customers valuable time, resources, and costs. This technology partnership represents a terrific opportunity to further accelerate growth, especially as organizations are now turning their attention to customer and regulatory requirements, and standardizing labeling across their global operations.”
“We are proud of our new technology partnership with Priority, and the opportunity to support Priority customers around the world,” said NiceLabel’s Channel Marketing Director, Paul Vogt. “We know that by aligning our mutual goals, namely to enhance the user experience, that together, we can help Priority customers better manage their printing processes across the board. We credit Priority’s unrivaled system openness that enables its customers to easily integrate Label Cloud into their workflows. This is what will prompt more Priority customers to get on board, and enjoy the many benefits of advanced label printing.”