Label Printing Software: What You Need to Know

It is easy to take printing for granted. You can buy an inexpensive home or office printer, connect it to a PC, and it just works. When it comes to printing labels, if you are only printing sheets of labels on a standard laser or inkjet printer, you might be fine as long as you use high-quality label design software.

But commercial or industrial label printing is not quite as simple, and getting it wrong can have disastrous consequences. The business processes being served by dedicated label printers rely on the accuracy and efficiency of the label printing software that transforms data and designs into the commands that run the printer. Inefficient label printing software might slow down a supply chain, for example, but poorly printed labels can actually endanger lives.

BarTender is the world's most trusted label printing software

BarTender software from Seagull Scientific supports a wide range of printing and marking solutions, from small, stand-alone environments to large, automated printing infrastructures across widely distributed facilities with strong security, auditability and integration with major ERP applications such as Oracle and SAP.  

Download the free BarTender Trial Edition to see how it can help you solve your toughest label printing challenges.

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BarTender software is used every day around the world with the most popular printer brands, including:




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"BarTender’s ability to integrate with any ERP and Safety Data Sheet authoring and management system, coupled with its easy-to-use and powerful Intelligent Templates™, has made it our go-to software product for integrating and solving the challenges associated with GHS compliance labeling in all of our chemical customers."

—Rick Schilling, President, Integrated Productivity Systems (IPSi)