With over 30 years experience, Brother take the lead when it comes to labelling solutions.
Labelling is a great organisational tool, from helping identify files and folders, creating visitor badges, tracking assets and making light work of large mailouts. Organisation is the key to ensuring things run smoothly, especially in fast paced office environments. Replacing handwritten labels with printed ones adds a level of professionalism as well as making things easier to read for everybody. A truly effective, yet simple labelling solution can improve efficiency, productivity and security letting you get back to focussing on getting the job done. Within the current pandemic, ensuring that labels are clear and correct can help ensure that infection control measures are fully in place. Whether it be plastic film labels to help social distancing or highlighting hand washing and sanitising stations, Brother have a labelling solution that can help you.
As security is something that is very important to business, a labelling solution can help ensure that security is well monitored. A labelling solution enables you to monitor and track visitors efficiently, the added bonus of a Brother label printer is the software development kits that provide the ability to integrate with existing systems such as visitor management. With a Brother labelling solution, you can also create unique barcodes in a range of protocols to track important items around the office. In addition to this clear signage is key to help keep staff safe when setting controls to help stop the spread of coronavirus. Using a Brother’s unique continuous roll technology, you can print labels to your desired length up to 3m, meaning it’s ideal to clearly display social distancing signs, entrance and exits are highlighted and reminders to wash and sanitise hands are visibly placed across the office.
The range of Brother label printers have both Mac and PC connectivity, opening up a whole host of features. The free P-touch editor software that comes with Brother PC connectable label printers allows you to create bespoke designs using your own company logos and images. Data can also be imported straight from Microsoft Office programmes saving time on manual input. This is ideal when it comes to printing large quantities of labels as it helps to reduce errors. It also makes asset management and tracking much easier too, as large quantities of barcodes can be batch printed in one go. Printing labels on a Brother label printer also reduces waste against using printable adhesive labels. It avoids the risk of someone accidentally printing on your label sheets. Plus, there's less wastage, as you're not leaving empty labels on half-used sheets either.
Selected models within the QL range have a built-in memory which allows you to store pre-set templates meaning multiple users can use the same design across the office, so everything is consistent. Wired & wireless connectivity makes it easier for everyone to print. The labelling machines from Brother also have a range of portability options that allow high-quality labels to be created wherever they need to be.e. Security concerns are also covered as you can restrict access to certain users to make sure printing is controlled.
QL labelling solutions can help you work productively and efficiently wherever you’re working. Whether in the office, working from home or mixing between the two, a labelling solution can help you be fully organised. Within your home office you can ensure all work files are clearly labelled to avoid any mix ups with other documents and when travelling into the office, having your items labelled means there’s no cross contamination from colleagues mistaking your items for theirs. QL labelling solutions can help you work productively and efficiently wherever you’re working.
Here at Banner, we have a dedicated Hardware and Technology team who specialise in technology for both the public and private sector. Our team are on hand ready to help you implement all the essential technology you need to implement and improve your current and future ways of working within your business.