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ORIS Color Tuner 5 Receives 2003 GATF InterTech Technology Award

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Minneapolis, MN (July 23, 2003) -- The Graphic Arts Technical Foundation (GATF) today announced that ORIS Color Tuner 5 has been given a 2003 InterTech Technology award for “excellence in innovative technology for the graphic communications industry.” Introduced last year, the new version of CGS’ highly-regarded inkjet proofing system has added functionality for both prepress and printing companies, as well as remote proofing capabilities for publishers, advertisers and other print buyers. “We are delighted to be recognized as a breakthrough technology for the graphic arts industry,” said CGS President Trevor Haworth. “ORIS technology provides fast, reliable and affordable contract proof quality for our customers. Our latest version goes even further to insure the business success of graphic arts companies.” Color Tuner 5’s new features include independent handling of spot colors, automatic device calibration (AutoCal) and automatic color matching. The system also includes unique selective color correction, for precise contract proofing on inkjet devices from Canon, Epson and others. Color Tuner was the first system of its type to achieve SWOP certification. The InterTech award is given to products in prepress, press and finishing categories. A panel of independent judges reviewed forty submissions before selecting Color Tuner 5 as one of the award recipients. According to one of the judges, the ORIS technology “clearly supports using color inkjet for contact proofs.”

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