VDC announces webinar

Hear firsthand from VDC Research Senior Analyst, AutoID & Data Capture, Richa Gupta to find out why labeling has become a strategic imperative in today’s global supply chains.  Gupta will outline what represents an Enterprise Labeling approach and review how this model empowers companies to easily address evolving customer and regulatory labeling requirements.

You’ll also hear from Loftware VP of Marketing and Product Management, Josh Roffman, who will highlight pressing labeling challenges and offer an overview of the key components of an Enterprise Labeling Solution.  The presentation will provide insight on how Enterprise Labeling Solutions provide the flexibility, speed and scalability to support global supply chains. 

Who: Richa Gupta, VDC Research, AutoID & Data Capture, Senior Analyst and Josh Roffman, Loftware VP of Marketing and Product Management

What: Webinar Enterprise Labeling – A Supply Chain Strategic Imperative

Date: Thursday, March 26, 2015 Time: 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM EST

Where: Use this link to register online @ Enterprise Labeling – A Supply Chain Strategic Imperative

About Loftware
Loftware
, Inc. is the global market leader in Enterprise Labeling Solutions with more than 5,000 customers in over 100 countries. Offering the industry’s most comprehensive labeling solution, Loftware’s enterprise software integrates SAP®, Oracle® and other enterprise applications to produce mission-critical barcode labels, documents, and RFID Smart tags across the supply chain.

About VDC
VDC Research is a leading technology market analyst firm covering the connected world. Founded in 1971, the firm provides market intelligence to the world’s leading technology vendors, who rely on VDC analysts for winning market strategies and technology adoption decisions. With unmatched domain expertise and rigorous primary research methodologies, VDC enables clients to find new opportunities for growth and make critical decisions with confidence. Based on a unique blend of quantitative and qualitative analysis that offer granularity and breadth of coverage, VDC is organized around five practice areas, each with its own focused area of coverage.