As a business owner, it is always important to keep things efficient and save as much time as possible to focus on other important things. Using integrated labels is one of the ways to do this and I decided to make this short guide about what makes these such a great thing for businesses of any kind.
Everything is there
Printing a label on an integrated label means that the information is not lost, this is particularly the case for labels that use delivery addresses. This will mean that the label ensures a parcel, for example, will get to exactly where it needs to go and there cannot be mistakes in retyping or physically writing the address.
They are versatile
One single label can be used for many different purposes, such as invoices, delivery notes and return labels. This is faster, more useful and much more convenient. Integrated labels are something that can help you to improve your business practices.
You only print once
One of the best things about an integrated label is that the entire page is not a label and therefore you can print everything at once, and you don’t need any other stationery. Generally speaking only a certain section of the printed page will be an integrated label. This can help you to save time rather than printing separate documents, for example a piece of paper for one thing and a special label sheet of paper for another. You can have all of these in the one place and you also cut down on waste.
Eliminates the need for a label printer
Label printers are very useful, but perhaps your business cannot afford to have both of these. The natural choice is to use a normal printer with integrated labels. This is something that does not require you to have a specialised machine for, you can simply use the printer that you already have! This is cheaper and much more efficient than paying more and taking up more space than you might have.
The label sizes vary
You can have different labels for different needs that you may have. For example, you may need a lot of information and you can use a larger label. This really allows you to maximise the one piece of paper that you are using and to cut down on any potential waste, which would occur from printing off several pages.