||LabelVision 20/20 Version 4.5 is released. LabelVision
is now compatible with Windows 8.
||Many large companies continue to use LabelVision
20/20 successfully. Among them are Nordson, Firestone Building
Products, Covidien, Merck, ITT Flojet - Xylem, and many others.
||One of the world's largest speaker manufacturers
(name withheld at customer's request), which has been using
LabelVision for the last eight years, has added all of its divisions
to a global contract with FIS.
||LabelVision 20/20 Version 4.4 is released. LabelVision
is now compatible with Windows Vista. As of November 2009, LabelVision
is compatible with Windows 7.
||Medtronic, a leading medical device manufacturer,
which has been using LabelVision extensively since 1993, recommends
LabelVision 20/20 to its suppliers as part of its compliance
labeling program. Medtronic and its Xomed Surgical Products
division has LabelVision 20/20 installed in many locations worldwide.
|January 18, 2007
||LabelVision 20/20 Version 4.3 is released. It
includes new features such as Print Preview, Gen 2 RFID support,
and many more.
||Arrow Electronics signs a LabelVision 20/20 site
license agreement with FIS for its new BCO System.
|February 7, 2005
||LabelVision 20/20 Version 4.2 is released. It
includes many new features including support for RFID (Radio
Frequency Identification) printers, logging errors, and automating
error handling, optionally suppressing the user interface.
||NGA, a branch of the US Goverment buys a site
license for LabelVision 20/20.
|May 15, 2003
||LabelVision 20/20 Version 4.1 is released. It
includes many new features such as enhancements to Projects,
printer password protection, new printer drivers, and more.
||Eaton Aeroquip recommends LabelVision 20/20 to
its suppliers and certifies that a LabelVision-generated Eaton
label meets its compliance labeling requirements.
|December 26, 2001
||LabelVision 20/20 Version 4.0, an upgrade from
LabelVision 2000, is released. A major new feature is Projects,
which allows you to organize, validate and deploy custom labeling
applications. Other new features are customized toolbars, thumbnails,
||Dana (now The Affinia Group), a major automotive
manufacturer, standardizes on LabelVision 2000 as its selected
bar code labeling software for all of its US & Canada distribution
|December 12, 2000
||LabelVision 2000 Version 3.2 is released. It includes
many new features such as Variable Label Wizard, new printer
drivers and more.
|December 5, 2000
||General Motors certifies that a GM-1724 LabelVision-generated
label meets its compliance labeling requirements. The label
is included with the LabelVision program.
|November 12, 1999
||LabelVision 2000, an upgrade from LabelVision
98, is released. LabelVision 2000 includes three editions: Integration,
Standard & Run-Time. A Menu Editor and a Menu Runtime are
added. LabelVision 2000 is the first labeling software to include
true multi-user concurrent licensing.
|October 15. 1998
||LabelVision Classic Version 2.4 is released for
the last time to address Year 2000 issues.
|September 9, 1998
||After three years of intensive development, LabelVision
98 is announced. This product is designed from the ground up
for the 32 bit Windows market. The user interface is based on
the standards set by Microsoft Office, and the product includes
a built-in Microsoft Access-compatible database. The old LabelVision
product is renamed to LabelVision Classic. LabelVision 98 can
convert LabelVision Classic labels and databases.
|August 19, 1996
||LabelVision Version 2.3 is released. LabelVision
Basic, a low-cost edition, is introduced to address the needs
of the compliance labeling market.
||Bell Helicopter reaches an agreement with Flexible
Information Systems, in which Bell refers their suppliers to
FIS for the purchase of LabelVision. A pre-approved Bell Helicopter
compliance label co-developed by FIS & Bell Helicopter is
|August 8, 1995
||LabelVision Version 2.2 is released. It includes
many new features and printer drivers
||FIS and Arrow Electronics co-develop a bar code
printing solution using LabelVision. Over the years Arrow installs
this solution on hundreds of PCs world-wide
|November 17, 1994
||LabelVision Version 2.1 is released. It includes
support for the PDF417 2D bar code symbology.
||KMART certifies that a LabelVision-generated KMART
label meets its compliance labeling requirements. The same label
is used for many other retailers and is included with the LabelVision
|August 19, 1993
||LabelVision Version 2.0 is released. It is the
first bar code labeling package to download, store, and print
TrueType fonts onto industrial bar code printers.
|April 3, 1992
||Peak Technologies, one of the largest worldwide
AIDC distributors, OEMs LabelVision under the brand name IncrediBar.
|November 25, 1992
||LabelVision Version 1.2 is released. A powerful
yet intuitive Menu Editor is included. It allows creating a
custom front-end to simplify label printing applications.
|November 11, 1991
||LabelVision Version 1.1 is released. It includes
a built-in dBase-compatible database, and a revolutionary Application
Editor, which allows creating powerful applications in no time
flat. The product is now split into three editions: Professional,
Standard, and Print.
||Flexible Information Systems in contracted by
Texas Instruments to create TI's compliance labeling program.
After completion, a special version of LabelVision is created
for Texas Instruments suppliers. Texas Instruments refers its
suppliers to FIS for the purchase of LabelVision.
|May 2, 1991
||LabelVision Version 1.0 is released. Design labels
in Windows 3.0; Print in DOS. It is the first bar code labeling
package to use Microsoft Windows for label design.
|March 15, 1989
||Flexible Information Systems, Inc. is established.
Its sole focus is the bar code labeling market. The development
of an off-the-shelf bar code labeling product is underway.