Creo Qualifies GMG ColorProof 04 for Veris Proofer
Press release from the issuing company
Vancouver, BC, Canada (June 30,2004) – Creo Inc. is providing another choice of software for use with the Veris proofer. Recently certified by both SWOP and FOGRA, the Veris proofer produces high resolution contone proofs with the Multi-Drop Array inkjet head. The Veris proofer is rapidly becoming the new standard for superior proofing.
Award-winning GMG ColorProof 04 software features a high level of automation and seamless integration into different workflow systems.
The GMG ColorProof system includes the GMG ColorEngine, GMG ProfileEditor, GMG SpotColor Editor and GMG RIPServer. The core element is the unique 4-D color-transformation engine that assures the highest possible contract proof quality on a variety of output devices.
“GMG has more than a decade of experience driving Creo Iris proofers,” says Brad Palmer, Creo corporate vice president, Inkjet Printing. “This development with GMG allows Iris users in Europe, who have come to trust and rely on GMG ColorProof software, to move to the next generation of Creo proofers with the same software. Iris users will also appreciate that Veris proofs match the look and feel of Iris proofs, but with improved image quality and color precision.”
“We are very pleased to offer GMG ColorProof 04 for the Veris proofer,” said Jawdatt Mawassii, vice president Business Development, GMG GmbH & Co. KG. “This development supports our companies’ mutual vision of providing excellent solutions for the quality-conscious contract proofing market.”
GMG Software is available and supported by GMG and its partners in Europe. Previous versions of the software may be offered as trade-in on GMG ColorProof 04 software.
Earlier this year, Creo announced a new version of the Veris proofer with the ability to process third-party PDF and PostScript files. This version includes a RIP and provides complete ICC workflow support including spot color handling.
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