Colordyne Technologies has joined forces with GoToTags to enable on-demand printing of NFC labels. Typical lead times of 2-3 weeks for printed NFC stickers have been reduced to 24-48 hours, opening up new revenue opportunities for the domestic commercial printer market. The easy-to-use NFC label stock has been tested and approved by Colordyne to work in their suite of digital inkjet printers. Together Colordyne and GoToTags offer everything needed for a commercial printer to print, encode, manage and analyze an NFC print campaign for their clients.
The partnership will debut these capabilities at the 2015 Pack Expo, Sept. 28-30 at the Las Vegas Convention Center. A limited number of private demonstrations at Colordyne’s booth (#S-6469) may be scheduled in advance. Representatives from both GoToTags and Colordyne will be on hand to explain the uses, benefits and future of NFC and the incredible profit potential this represents for commercial printers.
Colordyne Technologies, the leader in digital printing solutions powered by Memjet™ technology, is committed to providing continuous innovation. “Clients are increasingly demanding the latest technologies for deploying their projects,” said Gary Falconbridge, CEO of Colordyne. “These new printable NFC stickers from GoToTags printed on Colordyne printers represent a way for our commercial printer partners to leverage the massive IoT (Internet of Things) movement and deliver cutting edge solutions to their customers.”
GoToTags is a Seattle-based solution provider for IoT and NFC campaigns of all sizes, having served over 15,000 clients worldwide and fulfilling every aspect along the spectrum of services or products required to design, deploy, manage and analyze an NFC campaign. GoToTags offers NFC products through its online store (buynfctags.com). “We are very pleased to partner with Colordyne,” said GoToTags CEO Craig Tadlock. “We have taken care of thousands of NFC customers and making the delivery of custom printed NFC tags faster and easier is what they want most, so we’ve partnered with Colordyne, a leader in custom printing, to build a seamless solution.”