EasyLabel Design Software TimeSaving Label Design Services Quote

The Label Guy, a preferred CA EasyLabel Software Vendor, announced a 2020 campaign to help manufacturers save time and cost as they create and print labels.

Riverside, United States - April 7, 2020 /PressCable/ —

To help local businesses and manufacturers cut costs and save time, CA-based EasyLabel Software Vendor The Label Guy is offering an expanded range of new products and service options.

More information about the EasyLabel Software is available on The Label Guy website.

The Label Guy has launched a range of new service and product options to better serve clients and businesses around the state of California.

Industry statistics show that a good label plays a key part in promoting a company’s product. Digital label printing allows small and startup businesses to enjoy the same level of quality as big corporations, even if they don’t want or need to order labels in large quantities.

The Label Guy is a software vendor that offers advice and recommendations to any business in need of professional label services. One of the most frequently-recommended products is EasyLabel.

EasyLabel is a label design software used by 1000+ companies around the globe since 1982. Businesses can use the software to design complex custom labels and remain fully compliant.

Some of the benefits of the software include a GS1 Barcode Wizard, RFID Wizard, the ability for companies to import data onto their labels, the ability to automate printing and the possibility to automate the backup of labels.

Small and large businesses alike reported a preference for the software owing to the client-support benefits that include free lifetime USA based technical support, no service or maintenance contracts, optional label design services and a 6-month interest-free period on purchases over $99.

Interested parties are encouraged to find out more about the EasyLabel services offered by the Label Guy at EasyLabel Software Online.

The Label Guy is an EasyLabel Software Vendor headquartered in Riverside, California and servicing customers worldwide since 1993. They manufacture and distribute labels, ribbons, software, thermal transfer printers, and marking and identification products. More information is available over the phone at +1-800-293-1813 and at the URLs above.

Contact Info:
Name: Rocco Falatico
Email: Send Email
Organization: The Label Guy
Address: 5198 Arlington Ave Suite 115, Riverside, CA 92504, United States
Phone: +1-800-293-1813
Website: https://thelabelguy.com/

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88952706

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