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CLARiSUITE Software Improves Accessibility and Productivity

Pharmaceutical Technology
Volume 38, Issue 4, pp. 2

Videojet Technologies has improved its CLARiSUITE software product line with the launch of CLARiSUITE WebServer Edition. The new software improves overall equipment effectiveness, by assisting manufacturers remove inefficiencies and the risk of operator error including data entry and job selection. The upgraded software helps enable manufacturers to monitor and control a specific job, line, or printer from multiple locations and is adapted to run as a service in modern IT environments with physical and virtual servers. Videojet’s CLARiSUITE WebServer software solution reduces the amount of time operators need to visit their production sites and lines, as they are able to observe the status of the printer, configure it, and download jobs over any web browser within their networked environment.



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