Esko WebCenter is a web-based platform which manages every aspect of the packaging process. WebCenter enhances the efficiency of your artwork approval process, connects all stakeholders, and assures everyone is engaged and up to date.
From design to launch, all assets are stored in one centralized location. Designers receive automatic notifications alerting them of new tasks. A review and approve tool enables managers to annotate and provide feedback on designs.
The role of color in brand identity and recognition cannot be overstated. Selecting the right color for your brand is one of many challenges associated with the color process. And once you determine your brand colors, the production of high quality and consistent color in physical and digital outputs is an ongoing process.
There are many steps along the way where errors and miscommunication may occur. Fortunately, today there are software solutions that help simplify and streamline this process so you can produce the best color every time.
Artwork Management is the practice of reducing manual processes, simplifying approval cycles, and increasing overall efficiency.
Artwork management software streamlines the process to save you time and money, help you stay organized, and keep branding consistent and accurate.
The artwork approval process is tedious, burdensome, and error-prone. In fact, it is the bane of many a designer's and project manager's existence.
Artwork approval software is essential to catching mistakes, avoiding compliance violations, and wasting money.
As your business grows in size and complexity, so does your labeling process. Managing labels and artwork becomes a formidable task.
Do you need to employ different procedures, buy new collaboration software, improve email management, or implement a label and artwork management solution?
Chart your own success by understanding how to nourish the weaknesses in your artwork management process.
The marketplace is crowded with various vendors, all of whom promise – and most of whom deliver – significant efficiency gains. With such a loud din of competing voices, it’s easy to feel overwhelmed.
Mistakes are inevitable as teams work through the packaging value chain. That’s why quality assurance (QA) is a vital part of the process. But even QA is not foolproof, and errors still occur. Packaging project managers and designers benefit from software implemented to bolster their QA team and process.
If your QA process misses the occasional mistake, you can reduce human involvement through automation.
There are a lot of possible software solutions that may fit your needs. That's why it's important to choose a vendor who can be a great partner for your organization. A good vendor will work with you to understand your goals and processes, answer your questions, and work hard to get you where you need to go.
Make sure to ask these questions of your potential vendors.
Implementing a label and artwork management software solution may seem a formidable task and a significant investment of resources, the return on which is unknown at the outset. However, the benefits achieved will result in a positive return on investment (ROI).
Learn how you can measure the ROI of a label and artwork management solution.
Manual packshot processes are inherently inefficient and costly. That's why we created enhanced technology to provide a much better alternative.
Automating the packshot process allows you to create packshots using the 3D shape plus the artwork in any combination of views, size, resolution, and file formats with optional backgrounds, shadows, and floor reflections. You no longer need to wait for physical proofs before sending packaging designs through the approval cycle.
In today’s fast-paced economy, efficiency and profitability go hand-in-hand.
Brands can simply not afford mistakes that delay their products getting into the consumer’s shopping cart. Utilizing the best that technology has to offer brings a great return on investment.