Tokyo: SATO, a leading global provider of Auto-ID solutions that empower workforces and streamline operations, has launched XML-Enabled 4.0 printer interface that has achieved certified integration with SAP Auto-ID Infrastructure 7.1.
The SATO printer interface has proven to interoperate with SAP Auto-ID Infrastructure for RFID tag writing and RFID label printing from within SAP solutions, a company press release said.
The SAP Integration and Certification Center (SAP ICC) has certified that SATO's XML-Enabled 4.0 printer interface meets the requirements for connecting to SAP applications during the RFID printing functions. SATO's new CL4NX thermal label and RFID encoding printer is the first of SATO products to include this printer interface, with other products scheduled to follow.
With the CL4NX printer, users can print directly from their SAP applications without any middleware or additional programming. This significantly reduces time and offers customers a scalable, cost effective, rapid way to print barcodes and RFID labels within their SAP solution-based environments.
"As demonstrated by our commitment to integration with SAP solutions, this latest certification gives SATO users the confidence and empowerment to manage their RFID and barcode-based labeling needs for supply chain compliance across their enterprise," said Noriyasu Yamada, Chief Product Planning Officer, SATO Holdings.