Today’s consumer goods environment is marked by increasing resource costs, compressed timeframes, emerging digital delivery channels, and dramatically expanded consumer demand for product quality, transparency, and social responsibility. Those factors are making it even more critical for product manufacturers to develop more effective, more efficient, and faster packaging and artwork management processes throughout both the creative and technical communities.
BLUE Software and Siemens: Making Art a Science
BLUE Software, the leading provider of Label and Artwork Management solutions, and Siemens, the world’s most widely used product lifecycle management software, have partnered to deliver the best global end-to-end artwork management capabilities across a wide range of industries. Customers of Siemens PLM Software now have access to an Advanced Proofing solution that has been proven to increase communication efficiency and collaboration by more than 50 percent. In addition to unmatched global collaboration capabilities, customers can enjoy access to advanced annotation and markup, faster viewing speeds, and concurrent annotation capabilities.
And at the end of this month, BLUE and Siemens have packaged up (pun intended) everything you need to know about how you can combine artwork development with the powerful features afforded by a product lifecycle management foundation to gain tremendous potential for improvement. Join BLUE’s Chief Product Officer, Stephen Kaufman, and Siemen’s Director CP&R, Frank Brandau on Wednesday, January 24, when they’ll discuss how to:
- Efficiently manage the growing complexities of the packaging and artwork management process to address rising costs, compressed timeframes, emerging channels, and dramatically expanded consumer demand for product information.
- Link the packaging and artwork management process with the product development and manufacturing process to drive stronger brand value into the market.
- Leverage cutting-edge technology to establish a single source of packaging and artwork information that can be deployed globally and shared throughout the creative and technical communities.
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