NiceLabel V6 unveiled

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NiceLabel has announced the release of version 6 of its label design, label printing and application building software. A broad range of products, from entry level to professional editions, was developed to better match the needs of small businesses, industrial markets, and corporate users.

Highlights include a new category of label design and print product for easy industrial labelling. NiceLabel Pro now includes new EasyForms for simple label printing, all within one form.
NiceLabel V6 product line-up:

  • Designer Express V6 Basic labelling for small business with a modernised user interface and Excel support.
  • Designer Standard V6 A new NiceLabel product that makes industrial labelling more affordable. The perfect upgrade for Express users.
  • Designer Pro V6 The flagship designer product now includes new EasyForms for error-free manual label printing. This exclusive feature reduces data-entry errors, label misprints, and duplicate serial numbers associated with printing from multiple dialog boxes or label design programs.
  • PowerForms Desktop V6 Rapidly build custom labelling and barcode applications without programming.

This latest release reflects NiceLabel's commitment to using new technologies and innovative solutions to serve their customers better. From the most affordable way to print labels from a database with Designer Express, to quick creation of Windows applications without any programming with PowerForms Desktop – NiceLabel V6 adds real value to customers and sets new benchmarks in the industry.

"NiceLabel remains two steps ahead of its competition in a demanding and constantly changing industry," said Matej Košmrlj, Managing Director at NiceLabel. "For this release, we have combined valuable feedback from the market and existing customers with the best technology, tools and components. We are certain that this release will meet the expectations our market has for us, as well as increase our competitive edge, empowering our global partners in the future."


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