Xerox’s FreeFlow print server and the new IntegratedPLUS Automated Colour Management will be supported by the CGS cloud-based colour management technology. The Must See ’Em award winner, IntegratedPLUS Automated Colour Management will be demonstrated at the Xerox booth (1202) at PRINT 13.
Xeroxs IntegratedPLUS Automated Colour Management uses the Software-as-a-Service model to remotely manage multiple colour devices over a secure Internet connection. The ORIS module uses the press’ in-line spectrophotometer (ILS) to automatically measure the colour values of a control strip, and compare those values with a standardised profile target file.
IntegratedPLUS Automated Colour Management can then determine whether the device is performing to specification or not, in the process providing data that can be used in sync with CGS tools to diagnose and fix problems while planning a routine process and maintenance.
Measurement data is stored on a secure SQL-based online database, that allows administrators to easily monitor colour performance at any location. Immediate benefits with IntegratedPLUS Automated Colour Management will be realised by printers with brand-critical customers and those with high standards for colour quality and consistency.
The ability to centrally measure colour compliance on any device and do so without a costly manual step, true enterprise colour now really exists.
David Palmieri, CGS’ Director of Business Alliances said, The colour quality potential of IntegratedPLUS cannot be overstated, of all our colour development partners, Xerox has taken the lead by using ORIS software directly with their ILS. This eliminates the manual measurement process and makes it possible to easily diagnose colour compliance remotely—for digital presses, anywhere in the world.
We’re pleased with the results of Xerox’s cloud-based colour management approach, we’re looking forward to continuing our collaboration, and to adding even more ORIS capabilities to their outstanding product, Palmieri added.