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Providing barcode and RFID label design and printing solution for PC and mobile device users, Label Gallery v3 offers wizard-driven user interface with printing control as well as multi-lingual support using Unicode standard. Software enables integration of label printing into third-party applications such as Warehouse Management System, Enterprise Resource Planning system, or Hospital Information System.



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SATO's Windows Vista®-Certified Labeling Software, Label Gallery 3, Offers Extended Solution Possibilities to Software Developers



CHARLOTTE, NC - October 2, 2008 - SATO, a pioneer in the Automatic Identification and Data Collection (AIDC) industry and a leader in barcode printing, labeling, and EPC/RFID solutions, announced the latest release of its labeling software, Label Gallery 3 (LG3).

LG3 follows in the tradition of innovation that SATO proudly upholds. It is the result of a user-centric product design process to create a more enhanced and better-suited barcode and RFID label design and printing solution for PC and mobile device users.

The release of the new Software Developer Kits increases the technology capabilities for developers to create feature-rich applications for PC and mobile devices. LG3 also offers robust and industry-proven integration solutions with third-party applications: label printing can be seamlessly integrated into a Warehouse Management System (WMS), Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) system, or Hospital Information System (HIS) among others.

LG3 has successfully completed certification testing for Windows Vista. It has passed a series of stringent tests meeting requirements of security, reliability, and compatibility standards.

The simple, wizard-driven user interface has been further enhanced with improved printing control and extended design possibilities. LG3 offers true multi-lingual support using the Unicode standard. Users worldwide who have been facing challenges printing international characters to thermal printers will greatly benefit.

"The aim of this latest release is to provide editions that can offer a scalable and versatile set of tools to meet all labeling design and printing needs, especially targeting users operating and developing applications in the popular Windows environment," said Kaz Matsuyama, Managing Director of SATO International.

About SATO

SATO is a pioneer in the Automatic Identification and Data Collection (AIDC) industry and the inventor of the world's first electronic thermal transfer barcode printer. It revolutionized the barcoding industry by introducing the Data Collection System (DCS) & Labeling concept - a total barcode and labeling solution providing high quality barcode printers, scanners/hand-held terminals, label design software and consumables. SATO is one of the first in the industry to introduce a complete, multi-protocol EPC-compliant, UHF RFID solution.

SATO is publicly listed on the first section of Tokyo Stock Exchange in Japan. It has worldwide offices in the United States, Belgium, France, Germany, Spain, United Kingdom, Poland, Singapore, Malaysia, Australia, New Zealand, Thailand and China. For the fiscal year ended March 31, 2008, it reported revenues of US $767 million. More information about SATO Corporation can be found at http://www.sato.co.jp/english.

For more information about SATO America, visit www.satoamerica.com

For additional information contact:
Nikki Aurin 704-644-1650

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