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GlobalVision offers a new unified outlook with Quality Control Platform

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Greater flexibility and productivity delivered through streamlined innovation

Montreal, Canada – As the world leader in the development of innovative proofreading technologies GlobalVision is helping operations become more streamlined and efficient than ever before thanks to our all-in-one Quality Control Platform. 

Ensuring error free operation, the single, unified application for desktop deployment delivers easy access to every intuitive inspection tool, but removes unnecessary steps and wasted time. This latest generation of our updated proofreading solution includes a range of key improvements. Users will immediately discover a comprehensive list of advantages, from using Adobe as our PDF generation engine, to improved support for color separations, to a side-by-side view for graphics inspection

Global Vision's Quality Control Platform is integrated into Esko’s workflow server Automation Engine 16.  Automation Engine automates prepress tasks, which speeds up the process, but also reduces the error rate and the need for operator intervention.  It should be noted that Esko recently won an EDP Award 2017 for technical innovation at FESPA in Hamburg.  The award was made for its Automated Quality Assurance software developed by Esko and its industry partners including GlobalVision. The award winning solution contains a set of strong features that automatically inspects and compares files via catching and highlighting problems with spelling, text, barcodes, braille, colors and more packaging specific items in the prepress workflow.

Jonathan Hou, Director of Technology at GlobalVision states, "The integration with our Quality Control Platform provides an all-in-one quality assurance solution that runs as a background process and results in an annotated and viewable design file within. It delivers a rapid and systematic review of all detected packaging and labeling errors throughout the workflow, from upstream design to print."

“Label and packaging producers are today facing an array of production challenges exacerbated by fast turnaround, short runs and a high degree of versioning as brand owners strive to balance impactful and informative designs,” says Jonathan Hou. “We work with partners to make this process as simple, easy and effective as possible. Wherever we can streamline and eliminate production stages we are helping reduce human touchpoints and cut time to market.”



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