Loftware Recognized as “AIDC Company of the Year”

By MedTech Intelligence Staff

The annual SupplyTech Breakthrough Awards program honors excellence within the supply chain and logistics sectors.

Loftware, a global provider of cloud-based enterprise labeling and artwork management solutions, has been recognized by SupplyTech Breakthrough as the 2022 “Automatic Identification and Data Capture (AIDC) Company of the Year.

Loftware was recognized for its cloud-based labeling solutions designed to help companies improve accuracy, traceability and compliance while enhancing the quality, speed and efficiency of their labeling.

“We are proud to be recognized for our expertise in the automatic identification and data capture sector. Our size and scale have allowed us to expand investments in products, people and systems. We now truly offer the industry’s broadest and most advanced solutions, services and support, enabling us to help businesses of all sizes and across all industries to digitally transform their supply chains and solve business challenges,” said Bob O’Connor, president and CEO of Loftware,

The annual SupplyTech Breakthrough Awards program honors excellence and recognizes the creativity, hard work and success of companies, technologies and products within the supply chain and logistics sectors.


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