Perfectproof Ramps Up Its Presence In The Americas
Press release from the issuing company
January 18, 2005 -- With a renowned customer base including General Motors, Ikea, the famous Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam, top printers and reputable creative agencies like McCann-Erickson, PerfectProof is all set to bring top quality color and 1-bit proofing solutions to the North and Latin American market.
A color proof is an essential tool in the communication between client, designer, photographer, publisher and printing house. With the increased digitalization and more specifically the rapid growth of CtP, it is more important than ever to have immediate access to accurate proofs throughout the entire workflow.
PerfectProof offers GATF certifiable proofs, accurately simulating the final off-the-press product on cost-efficient large format ink jet printers from main manufacturers such as Epson, HP, Canon & others. The ProofMaster RIP software matches the profile of the press with that of the ink jet printer providing a certified guarantee that the proof mirrors exactly what will be on the final production: color, fonts, image-formats and even imposition data (1-bit).
As part of its global expansion plan, Perfectproof wants to build up its proofing software & media program in the US, Canada and Latin America. Help your customers save time and money, visit PerfectProof at GOA for a product demo and to find out how to get a slice of this profitable business.
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