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A centralized dashboard offers advantages over common control software

Not enough time in your day? Are you tired of firefighting coding defects? Stop being vulnerable to human mistakes and resource drains with NEXTConnect. This centralized dashboard saves you time and footsteps and offers peace of mind that your product is accurately coded. Become empowered to master critical coding tasks from a single screen, whether working from your PC, laptop or mobile device.

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Benefits of NEXTConnect

Saves time and motion. NEXTConnect saves time and motion required for operating product identification equipment across primary, secondary and tertiary packaging levels within a centralized dashboard. The centralized dashboard provides visual indicators (printing, paused, idle or error state) across technologies of connected equipment due to its remote printer management and monitoring application. The visual indicators provide real time status as well as a preview of the currently printing message. Real time status indicators allow resources to be deployed where and when needed. In addition to the indicators, notification of events and maintenance due reminders allow you to schedule resources as efficiently as possible.

Easy to use. You can directly populate print messages with your ERP’s product and job information using the centralized printer management software. Product identification errors are virtually eliminated by centralizing the print message selection. The NEXTConnect application can also increase efficiencies by sharing print messages across all compatible coders in your entire connected fleet.


Watch this video and contact us to schedule a 2-minute software demo of NEXTConnect.

See how easy it can be for you to achieve the peace of mind that your operations are running at an optimal level.

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