Over a decade of building labels has taught us a few things. Let our labeling engine do the heavy lifting so you don't have to.
Only one file to maintain. The file you build in the designer is the same file you deploy to the application server. No more manually converting between formats.
With our XML-based file format, you can track changes to labels in the version control system you know and love. Ditch those obscure, proprietary file formats.
Our self-serve delivery model will have you building labels in minutes, not months. We stand behind you, not in front of you.
You'll feel right at home with the familiar user interface and Visual Studio-style properties grid.
Preview label output in real time, dramatically reducing the complexity and time of the testing cycle.
Labels that adapt seamlessly to variable sized data sets. International address formatting with one click.
Labels are not bound to a specific printer or driver. Build once, deploy anywhere.
Scale your development team effortlessly. No limits on concurrent developers.
Improve code reuse. The same label can now meet compliance rules of multiple trading partners.
Track changes to labels using any verison control system. Compare labels side-by-side, spot differences instantly.
Driverless printing to Zebra (ZPL) printers, regardless of whether you're using Windows or Linux.
Scale up development
Pay only for what you use
On-premise peace of mind
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LabelZoom is by far the most straightforward, easy-to-use, and easiest-to-teach barcode label designer.
LabelZoom drastically reduced the complexity of our label delivery process. We've been able to charge our customers less, and we no longer get headaches when we need to modify a label that hasn't been touched in years.
For a frictionless installation and seamless updates, we recommend installing from the Microsoft Store. If this option is not available to you, you may also download the installer from our member portal. Registration is free and all we need is your name and e-mail address.
The initial release of LabelZoom is now available for download. We're excited for you to try the product and hear your feedback!
During January, LabelZoom evolved from an idea to a working prototype, so it was time to start setting up a distribution mechanism.
The idea for LabelZoom was dreamed up in a secret lab somewhere deep underground. A mad scientist had a plan and a Red Bull, and started writing some code.
Anyone can create an account and download LabelZoom for free. There are two components that make LabelZoom tick:
The average supply chain consulting company charges anywhere from $5,000 to $10,000 USD to build a new shipping label. For the fraction of the cost of a label per year, you can cut your label development costs, label development time, and code maintenance costs by over 50%.
LabelZoom may appear similar to other label design tools on the surface, but it's completely different underneath the hood. Labels are not bound to a specific printer, licenses are not bound to the number of printers/users, and LabelZoom's proprietary ZPL printer driver will not cause the undesired effects of legacy drivers (which are known to inadvertently override printer settings).
The Designer and Label Engine are currently only compatible with MOCA-based versions of the Blue Yonder product line. This includes, but is not limited to, Blue Yonder WMS (formerly known as RedPrairie WMS and JDA WMS).
An Internet connection is required to use some of the features found within the label designer (LabelZoom Studio). However, since the speed and availability of your WMS is critical to the ongoing success of your business, LabelZoom Engine is available in both Cloud and On-Premise configurations.
Yes, absolutely. LabelZoom was designed with an "opt-in" mentality in mind. New configuration points are added to each system that allow you to configure labels to be processed by the LabelZoom Labeling Engine instead of the OEM labeling engine. Unless specific criteria are met, your system's labeling processes will fall back to their default behavior.