Nothing is present on the modern product packaging by accident. Some elements are regulatory. Others maintain and promote the brand. Some are creative, or nutritional, or health warnings, etc.
Designing packaging involves many steps and many different competencies (packaging, marketing, quality, legal, photoengravers, and printers).
Every input to process must not only be realized in text or in art, it must also be communicated, checked, corrected, and approved. The process always involves long cycle times and multiple document versions.
Trace One can help
The Trace One Packaging module allows e-collaborative orchestration of packaging design process for faster time-to-market. It makes possible the choreography that allows all the professionals involved in the process to work together. Operating in SaaS (Software as a Service) mode, it provides a platform for launching and tracking the contribution of everyone, at the right time, with the right information.
No downtime or dormant periods, because everyone is automatically emailed for their contribution at the right time
No more time spent locating documents thanks to embedded document management and multimedia library
Single version of truth: everybody works online on the same document
No more errors in packaging, thanks to web proofing and real-time tracking facilities
More projects can be managed with exactly the same resources
Reuse of work already validated, even by newcomers to the process
Time-to-market reduced by 20%
Collaborative project management through user-defined milestones
Automatic e-mail notifications help keep the workflow flowing
Multimedia library and document management
Integrated web proofing tool for online proofing and collaborative review and annotation of layout documents (automatic comparison and highlighting of changes)
Requested modifications are automatically displayed, in high resolution, with color recognition and separation and document collation
High scalability for managing projects at industrial levels required by modern retailers and brand-owners