Seagull Scientific, Inc. has announced the immediate availability of BarTender 2021, the latest version of its industry-leading enterprise labeling and barcode software.
BarTender 2021 features new capabilities for today’s complex business needs:
• Fast, secure internet printing and workflow approval — remote employees, suppliers and partners can access, select and print labels from anywhere, any time, on any device or operating system
• Increased label QA and accountability with new, visual-interface Workflow Designer providing rapid, intuitive design, approval, tracking and deployment
• Improved business continuity and disaster recovery — licensing backup server and redundancy to ensure continuous printing operations
• Commercial-quality label design with new support for the PANTONE Color System, data-sourced colors and color picker
“BarTender 2021 includes a comprehensive set of new features we’ve designed specifically to help organizations meet the challenges of today’s rapidly shifting business climate on a global scale,” said Harold Boe, President and CEO of Seagull Scientific. “Secure, centralized control of remote label printing from any internet-connected device and comprehensive, intuitive workflow management enable companies to thrive in the new normal — and beyond.”
David Krebs, EVP of Enterprise Mobility and AIDC at the consulting firm VDC Research Group said, “Our research confirms that demand for accurate and secure label printing is only growing and represents a business-critical function for many organizations. From pharmaceutical products to food and beverage and from cosmetics to automotive components the need to accurately identify items and their provenance is only intensifying across today’s increasingly complex supply and value chains.
“Seagull Scientific recognizes these challenges and with BarTender 2021 have developed a solution that provides centralized management of remote printing and workflow through a secure browser-based platform that enables any employees to access approved labels and send to any printer from virtually any smart, internet-connected device.”