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Rewriting the Automation Rules—GMG to Exhibit at Graphics Canada 2023

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Market-leading developer of colour management software, GMG will putting more accessible automation in focus at Graphics Canada 2023.

Taking place 11 – 13 May 2023 at the Toronto International Centre, the event is Canada’s largest showcase for the graphic communication and printing industries. Each year, the event attracts thousands of industry professionals from across Canada and the North American continent, all looking to identify the future of the printing and packaging.

GMG will be exhibiting at booth 5504 and is putting an emphasis on effortless automation. On the booth, GMG is inviting visitors to explore the newly released OpenColor 3.0 update, which the business describes as the next ‘quantum shift’ in colour management. The latest iteration of its iconic OpenColor solution is powered by company’s next-generation MX spectral colour engine.

Erik Schmitt, Director of Sales for Canada at GMG, comments: “Graphics Canada is a real showpiece of the Canadian print and graphics market. Industry specialists will be hunting for the innovations that will push their business forwards, and that’s exactly what they’ll find at our booth.

“We always arrive at each event with a sharp focus, and, at Graphics Canada, we are talking all things automation. Especially in terms of colour management, digital technology has never been more accessible; we’re really seeing automation come into its own. That’s what drives the heart of our product range, an eco-system of colour management and proofing solutions that work in harmony to elevate precision, quality and speed to new heights for our printing customers.”

Among its solutions on display at Graphics Canada, OpenColor 3.0 will take centre stage. Showing evolution from the second generation of OpenColor, the new engine is up to 15 times faster in calculating extended colour profiles. In addition, the engine creates end results that are around 10x smaller in file size for faster processing and simpler handling.

Erik adds: “At Graphics Canada, we want to rewrite the rules on automation and show that it’s accessible to printers of every size. We still tend to think of automation technology as cost-prohibitive or only for the benefit of the largest printers, but that’s simply not the case. With our range, we’re showing that digital colour and proofing workflows can be made simple, and we challenge Graphics Canada visitors to discover the difference!”

To explore the GMG range of colour management and proofing tools, please visit gmgcolor.com


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