SATO to showcase intelligent label printing solutions at Manhattan Exchange 2017

SATO, provider of Auto-ID solutions that connect people, goods and information, will showcase its intelligent label printing solutions at Manhattan Exchange 2017, a conference that will explore the impact of multi-channel operations in B2B and B2C selling environments.

At the event, which takes place in London on 3rd and 4th October, SATO will demonstrate how its track and trace label printing solutions meet the needs of customers with complex global supply chains, allowing them to empower their workforce and streamline operations.

Business Development Manager at SATO Europe, Eckhard Wernich, commented: "One of the big questions asked at the event will be how we maximize efficiency to provide the ultimate customer experience. We'll be demonstrating how less hardware and more intelligence is the answer.

"For example, one SATO Application Enabled Printing (AEP) solution can control multiple SATO NX Series thermal label printing devices and data streams. Imagine the ability to receive, modify, communicate and write back mission critical data within your IT process, without the risk of human error. It's possible with AEP."

SATO will outline the ease with which its intelligent solutions can be integrated into customers' enterprises. Delegates will be able to learn more about the recent seamless integration of SATO technology into Manhattan Associates Warehouse Management for Open Systems (WMOS) with support from CYBRA's MarkMagic PI (Platform Independent) edition.

Herr Wernich continued: "SATO solutions are designed to improve productivity and reduce costs in an increasingly technological era. We offer our customers the most advanced solutions available to simplify the communication of data across even the most complex supply chains. At Manhattan Exchange 2017 we'll present intelligent label printing solutions that help our customers meet the needs of their customers."

Manhattan Exchange 2017 takes place on 3-4 October in London. 

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