Left Dakota Makes First GMG Sale For Color Management Distribution
Press release from the issuing company
SAN JOSE, CA (March 18, 2004) -- Left Dakota, a color management software and consulting company of Los Angeles, CA and a member of the Color Management Distribution dealer network, makes first U.S. sale of GMG ColorProof to Andresen Digital, of Santa Monica, CA.
"Left Dakota has clients that need to simulate newsprint accurately. GMG's ability to hue correct its dot proofs allow me to overcome the warm hue of the Epson UltraChrome black ink while still accurately representing a newsprint rosette." states Eric Magnusson, President of Left Dakota.
"Left Dakota has been instrumental in finding a solution that fits our needs. The world of color managed proofing is large and changes rapidly. We rely on Left Dakota's expertise to sort fact from fiction, and find solutions that really work in a production environment. We are looking forward to working with the GMG product," comments Mellary Bennett, General Manager, Andresen Digital, Santa Monica, CA.
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