GRANDVILLE, Mich.--Sept. 21, 2004-- X-Rite today announced its partnership with Progressive Color Media LLC, a new company providing a full range of workflow color management solutions integrating software, hardware, and services from Flint Ink Corporation, based out of Ann Arbor, Michigan. Progressive Color Media LLC was created to provide printers, graphic professionals, publishers, and brand owners with the integration solutions they need to achieve fast and accurate color reproduction, increase efficiency and improve brand integrity. Progressive Color Media LLC is using products from X-Rite's Streamlined Color Management(TM) Solutions to achieve this goal.
"X-Rite is honored to be a partner with Flint Ink Corporation's new company, Progressive Color Media LLC," said Joan Andrew, X-Rite's Vice President of Global Sales. "Flint Ink is one of the world's top ink manufacturers and we are pleased our Streamlined Color Management(TM) Solutions were chosen to assist Progressive Color Media's customers with their color management needs."
"Progressive Color Media chose X-Rite as a partner in this new company because of their common vision and strong product base," said Diane Watt, President, Progressive Color Media. "Both companies are both working towards the common goal of providing their customers with the highest quality and most accurate color management solutions possible. The tools X-Rite brings to market combined with the services we offer provide our customers with the ability to solve complex color management problems."
X-Rite and Flint Ink Corporation have had a strong relationship since the early 1980's. Both Michigan based companies are leaders in their industries and have had mutual benefit from their longstanding relationship. Different projects throughout the past 20 years have given X-Rite confidence in and eagerness to work with Flint Ink Corporation as they begin this new company.
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