Chain Reference Releases New Web-Based Bar Code Label Printing Tool - CRUIS-Label
Toronto, Ontario, Canada - A new web-based tool for bar code label printing has been released by Chain Reference. This program supports labeling for current initiatives involving traceability and product identification - ChainReference.com.
Chain Reference is pleased to announce the availability of a new simple-to-use web-based bar code label printing tool.
The program, called CRUIS-Label, runs in a standard web browser over the internet or locally and allows for variable data within label formats. CRUIS-Label supports various bar code types including GS1-128 and 2D codes as well as RFID and VoiceCode.
Using standard label printers or printer applicators, CRUIS-Label makes it very easy to produce labels for a wide range of requirements. The application is designed to handle numerous current traceability initiatives where bar code labels are a key component. One such example is PTI (Produce Traceability Initiative) with the VoiceCode for GTIN/Lot/Date combinations.
"It's a huge priority for us that our programs are super easy for our clients to set up and use," said Bill deVries, president of Chain Reference. "This web-based solution simplifies the deployment of the software and offers central control of label formats. The CRUIS-Label program is a great tool for companies who need to meet GS1 and other labelling requirements."
About Chain Reference
Chain Reference specializes in helping companies track materials and activities in order to improve workflow, reduce costs, and better serve customers.
Chain Reference is on the forefront of Simple-To-Use software for plant information and product traceability.
CRUIS-Label is just one of the tools available from Chain Reference as part of its CRUIS-Trace plant information and traceability offerings. For more information, visit chainreference.com.
SOURCE: Chain Reference