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Off-price retailer modernizes legacy ticketing system for a faster time-to-market
This international retailer operates in the competitive space of off-price apparel and home fashions. In their quest to deliver high-quality goods to consumers at low prices, they have set a goal of “no downtime” in their processing of inventory. Goods must move quickly in and out of their warehouses, as they don’t want to store inventory for any extended period of time. They turnover all inventory in 55 days; far below their competitors’ average of 85 days. To meet the goal of “no downtime”, their processing time has to be minimal.
As the ticketing system is this retailer’s second-most critical business system, they could no longer cope with a legacy system. They decided to modernize their legacy ticketing system by producing a global, unified solution for ticketing.
International retailer transforms ticketing operations for a faster time-to-market
This international apparel and garment retailer operates in over 70 markets worldwide. The retailer’s entire supply chain is outsourced. The retailer deals with two main groups of suppliers: garment manufacturers and printing suppliers, who handle the printing of price and information tags. Once the price and information tags are received, they are sent to an internal Logistics department. From there, the tags are distributed to the retailer’s almost 50 distribution centers located across the globe.
To help this retailer transform their ticketing and tagging process, they needed to implement a tag printing solution that could be rolled out to their 50 distribution centers. The solution needed to be easy-to-use, and create an efficient tag printing operation on a local level.
Siemens standardizes labeling across its global factories to drive new levels of efficiency
The Manufacturing Operations Service Delivery department within Siemens has a straightforward objective. The department is responsible for IT for all the systems, infrastructure and architecture that enable Siemens to manufacture products across their factories. Their goal is to provide IT systems and services that perform in as standardized and efficient a manner as possible, applying best practices to make sure things run as they should.
Siemens transformed labeling across 22 factories and 1200 printers and saw ROI in 4 months.
International biotechnology factory digitally transforms labeling
An international company that manufactures biotechnology products and sells them to distributors, labels an average of about 1600 shipments daily. Their warehouse uses two IT systems to handle order processing and labeling: a warehouse management system (WMS) and an enterprise resource planning system (ERP).
Prior to implementing the next generation label management system, the company struggled with numerous label templates and label variations, inefficient printing process, unsecure templates led to labeling errors, while manual quality assurance processes made error prevention challenging. By digitally transforming their labeling with NiceLabel label management system, they experienced tremendous efficiency and productivity gains in their manufacturing processes. They have gone from 10-15 errors per month to zero and shortened the entire label print time to 10 seconds, and they have reduced the number of templates from 12,000 to 50.
LiNA Medical turns UDI compliance into an opportunity to cut costs and improve productivity
LiNA Medical is a privately held Danish corporation operating in the field of minimally invasive gynecology. The company markets and sells Class I and Class II medical devices. LiNA ships products all over the world, so it prints labels in multiple languages. The company must comply with US FDA UDI requirements when it ships products to the United States.
With NiceLabel, LiNA’s improved labeling process has significantly reduced labor costs and saves the company countless man hours by streamlining the label creation and approval process and reducing the need for excessive quality control tasks. Label changes and approvals happen in a fraction of the time they used to take and LiNA now has a completely transparent label approval process.
Centralized printing becomes a common thread at Cato Fashions
Cato Corporation is a leading specialty retailer of value-priced women’s fashion apparel, shoes and accessories.
Cato’s affordable and up to date styles have contributed to its success with over 1,000 apparel stores across the country. Learn how Cato integrated ticket printing with business systems to produce tens of thousands of tickets per hour.
International dairy company standardizes its global labeling and direct marking software to gain a competitive advantage
Our customer, the world’s largest manufacturer of organic dairy products, produces cheese, milk, powder and yogurt at more than 70 dairies around the world.
In order to streamline production and position the company for future growth, they implemented a standardized label management solution for all of its labeling and marking printers. This enabled them to reduce costs, increase label accuracy and improve productivity. Learn how they become an innovator in labeling and marking by building future-proof label management solutions that were previously unattainable.
Unifying labeling with the NiceLabel Enterprise Platform enabled Krka to improve master data management, streamline compliance and build a next-generation system
Krka is one of the top generic pharmaceutical companies in Europe. The company produces and sells prescription pharmaceuticals, non-prescription products and animal health products.
Krka was in the process of building a new state-of-the-art production facility.The team at Krka knew that their existing labeling processes would not support future growth. The construction of the new facility presented an opportunity to modernize legacy systems and implement new technologies, which would be used in other facilities if proven successful.
Legacy system modernization at Domtar results in exceptional customer service, improved production uptime and an agile supply chain
Domtar is the largest integrated marketer and manufacturer of uncoated freesheet paper in North America. With $5.6 billion in revenue in 2014, Domtar operates in the Pulp and Paper and Personal Care business segments. Domtar produces 4.1 million metric tons of hardwood, softwood and fluff pulp at 12 of its 13 mills.
Since implementing the NiceLabel Enterprise Platform, Domtar maintains a high level of production uptime and meets its strict SLAs while supporting a 24x7 operation. They saw an improved delivery time for customer label demands by using a common template and label software solution.
Global cosmetics company addresses GHS compliance while realizing significant savings with a cloud hosted label printing solution
The NiceLabel customer is a world leader in direct sales of cosmetics and beauty products with over $10 billion in annual revenue. The company has operations in more than 100 countries with over six million dealerships and a product line that includes color cosmetics, skincare, fragrance, and fashion and home products.
With NiceLabel, achieving GHS compliance was easy. The Company is now confident that business will not be disrupted as regulatory requirements change in the various countries in which they do business.
Medical device company achieves global UDI compliance while improving accuracy and reducing costs
The NiceLabel customer is the third largest medical device company in the global spine industry. The Company carries more than 90 products spanning lumbar, thoracic, and cervical applications, neuromonitoring services, and a biologics portfolio. Their products have been used in hundreds of thousands of spine surgeries. The company has facilities throughout the United States, Europe and Asia.
The NiceLabel Enterprise Platform enabled the company to set multi-lingual and UDI compliand labels, optimize number of templatesm reduce production setup times and more.
Global Healthcare Company Streamlines Labeling Processes to Meet Evolving Compliance Regulations
This NiceLabel customer is a global, broad-based health care company. Their products span the continuum of care, from nutritional products and laboratory diagnostics to medical devices and pharmaceutical therapies. With 70,000 employees in more than 100 countries and market capitalization of more than $60B, it is one of the biggest enterprises in the world.
With the NiceLabel Enterprise Platform they achieved significant annual savings, streamlined label approval process, reduced line setup times by 15 minutes per job and more.
Global dental device manufacturer achieves compliant UDI labeling and Oracle integration
This dental product manufacturer is an international leader in the industry with a 30-year history of innovation and quality. In keeping with its mission to improve the level of dental health care worldwide, the Company markets its products through distributors in more than 100 countries, reaching individual dentists, dental schools, and labs.In the end, the Company only implemented one solution saving many hours of implementation time. Plus, the Company can now integrate with all Oracle modules when needed without spending time on creating additional integration triggers or filters.
Gate Gourmet, the leading international catering company, chooses NiceLabel PowerForms for a one click labeling solution
Special meals are increasingly requested and many airline passengers favor them over conventional meals. Gate Gourmet was seeking a more efficient, effective and less time-consuming way of labelling special meals.
NiceLabel PowerForms Desktop was used to build a complete labelling solution configured for their specific processes and user requirements, which consequently save the client's valuable time and ultimately money. Thanks to the high accuracy provided by the solution it also contributes to the client's customers' satisfaction.
The road to standardization: How Bilthoven Biologicals used the modernizing of their IT infrastructure to transform their labeling process
Bilthoven Biologicals BV (BBio) is a pharmaceutical company based in the Netherlands. It is their ambition to protect the world’s infant population with affordable vaccines. As a part of an overall project to modernize their IT infrastructure, BBio seized the opportunity to implement a label management system and standardize their label production process.