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Tuesday, April 07, 2009

Press release from the issuing company

Hainburg (Germany) / Minneapolis MN -- CGS Publishing Technologies International, global leader of color management solutions, digital proofing systems and specially formulated media, today announced the release of ORIS Color Tuner//Web 1.0, the world's first web-based contract proofing system.

Color Tuner//Web combines the features of the patented and award-winning ORIS Color Tuner together with ORIS Soft Proof and ORIS Certified Proof within a seamless client-server architecture and with the full flexibility of a web environment, enabling real time viewing and certification of contract proof quality images worldwide.

"Web-to-Print is, of course, the future for the printing and publishing industry," says Trevor Haworth, CEO of CGS Publishing Technologies International GmbH, "what ORIS Color Tuner//Web brings to the market is a complete View – Print – Certify system that fits perfectly within that process and gives ad agencies, print buyers and pre-media companies a simple to use process for secure contract quality proofing."

With job tracking based on CGS' over 10 years of experience in hot folder workflows and an integrated dynamic database, ORIS Color Tuner//Web combines the control of remote printers and job queue management with the ease-of-use of the web. No special software is required at the client site and with the fully integrated Epson Stylus Pro x900 series of printers, automatic calibration and certification of remote sites is a breeze.

Available immediately as a specially-priced upgrade for CGS' extensive world-wide customer base, ORIS Color Tuner//Web brings a flexibility and ease-of-use that is unique in color proofing.




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Richard Romano

Richard Romano, Section Editor/Senior Analyst
Richard has written about communication, graphics hardware and software trends for the past 15 years.

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