SATO UKs Label Gallery software, used in its range of label print and apply systems, has passed software giant Microsofts stringent Designed for Windows testing program.
This means that the company, which is part of the international SATO corporation, can now use the Designed for Microsoft Windows XP logo on its products after signing a licence agreement with Microsoft.
The Designed for Windows XP logo programme aims to guarantee that software developers for Microsoft Windows XP sustain a level of quality and reliability that is expected by end users. Compliance testing evaluated the product stability of Label Gallery under the Windows XP platform, the ability of related software or driver components to be effortlessly installed or removed, and basic experience with the software to be equivalent or enhanced after upgrading to future versions of Windows.
SATO Label Gallery is now featured under the Microsoft Windows Catalogue website - listing product details such as system requirements, Windows version compatibility, region availability, and language availability.
"Label Gallery is SATOs latest and most dynamic labelling software and it is essential that it is fully-compatible with its operating platform and to ensure that it delivers top-notch performance," commented Mr. T. Waki, Managing Director, SATO International. "To be granted the Logo License Agree Agreement with Microsoft gives SATO Label Gallery value-added credibility and, in turn, enables us to deliver the promise of providing premium-quality products and solutions to our customers and business partners."
SATO Label Gallery provides a comprehensive and flexible range of software solutions for label design and printing and features a range of powerful functions including database management, RFID, mobile integration and user designed turnkey applications.