X-Rite Announces Server-Based Computing for X-RiteColor Master Formulation
Press release from the issuing company
GRANDVILLE, Mich.-January 7, 2003-X-Rite, Incorporated, a leading global provider of technology solutions measuring color, light and shape, today launched X-RiteColor Master Web Edition, a new version of X-RiteColor Master formulation and quality assurance software, created to work in a server-based computing environment. X-RiteColor Master Web Edition is ideal for corporations with multiple locations and/or large supply chains, allowing users access to color data from virtually any PC via the Internet. X-Rite is the first in the industry to offer this server-based option.
“X-RiteColor Master Web Edition provides a more efficient way for users to share color data across their organization,” says Brian Teunis, General Manager for the Color and Appearance Business unit. “All of the color data is stored and managed on the server, allowing system administrators better control over virus prevention, potential bug fixes, and future software upgrades.”
X-RiteColor Master Web Edition relies on Windows 2000 server and Microsoft Terminal Services technology. It is available in two versions:
QA Master II: A more affordable solution for users requiring quality assurance capabilities
Formulation-Master III: A complete solution offering users quality assurance and formulation capabilities.
Both versions provide the full range of X-RiteColor Master functionality, including the administrative tools that allow the system administrator to customize access permissions
Availability and Pricing
X-RiteColor Master Web Edition is available immediately and is sold in standard seats of 4,8,16,25,50,75, or 100. The number of simultaneous seats is limited to the number of seats in the package. For more information, pricing or for a FREE demo right from your own computer, please contact X-Rite at 1-800-248-9748 or visit its Web site at www.x-rite.com.
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