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Configuring Oracle WMS/MSCA & BarTender For Load Distribution With Sequential Printing

As your business and Oracle eBusiness Suite ERP deployment grows, so does the demand for product and shipping labels.  Below is a simple, cost effective method to configure the Oracle WMS/MSCA module and BarTender print server to allow for distribution of label printing load among multiple BarTender processes and/or BarTender servers. The procedure outlined below […]

Labeling as a Service – Shrinking the Footprint

In our previous article we introduced the concept of Labeling as a Service (LaaS) as an approach to deliver reliable and scaleable product labeling to the enterprise.  Today we propose guiding principles in the design of your product labeling service to minimize complexity, improve manageability and effectively utilize existing systems and data. Our labeling service […]

Labeling as a Service – Mission Critical Utility for the Enterprise

Product labeling and identification are of paramount importance to global manufacturers and distributors.  Fast and accurate labeling is essential in meeting customer and regulatory requirements and ensuring the right product is being shipped — on-time. Despite these needs the present state of “enterprise” product labeling often consists of a hodgepodge of homegrown or obsolete standalone […]

Pragmatyxs Spring 2012 Survey

Here at Pragmatyxs, as we continue to evolve our understanding of our customer’s overlapping and unique business needs, we recognize the need to review our customer’s interaction with Pragmatyxs’ staff and the utilization of the products and services we offer. We have developed a brief 17 questions survey to gauge our customers satisfaction with our […]


Thanks for stopping by the new Pragmatyxs blog! In addition to launching our new web site, we’ve also started this companion blog to compliment the content on our main website. We’ll be posting regular articles here on topics that we feel our customers will want to hear about. We’ll also be adding the archives of […]