Controlled and consistent label and barcode printing for retail and e-commerce

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ScriptX, from UK company MeadCo, provides controlled, consistent and efficient printing from Internet Explorer.

Essential for the retail sector, ScriptX enables barcodes, hang tags, shipping labels, returns forms, point of sale and more to be printed in a controlled format, from every networked Windows computer.

In use across the globe, ScriptX is helping to increase efficiency and reduce costs by enabling the precise control of printing of browser-hosted content on Microsoft Windows.

Retail and e-commerce organisations are using ScriptX to improve operations in several key areas:

  • Faster, automated printing of hang tags and shipping labels, increasing business productivity by removing the need to retype information in a label software.
  • Consistent printing of barcodes from the intranet without having to remove headers and footers.
  • Simple creation of returns forms, advice slips and identification badges for staff.
  • Control of printing for uniformity across all outlets and depots.
  • Seamless and consistent printing of training and update materials for staff.

Jerry Mead, CEO of MeadCo - the creators of ScriptX - said: "From barcoded labels to hang tags, the retail and e-commerce sector needs items to be printed quickly, consistently and professionally to operate at the highest level of efficiency. With ScriptX, items printed from Internet Explorer will have consistent headers, footers, margins, orientation and much more. This is essential for large-scale organisations where standardisation and total control are required. Once the particular print job is complete, the individual user's default print settings are automatically restored."

Further details of how ScriptX can be deployed to enhance printing capabilities within the retail sector are available at http://scriptx.meadroid.com/. Also available is detailed and accessible information for IT professionals which ranges from the technology behind ScriptX through to comprehensive technical reference material covering the control's usage and deployment.

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