GMG and Global Graphics Software have partnered with the aim of addressing colour management and quality issues in digital packaging and label production.

The partnership will make GMG technology available within Fundamentals, Global Graphics Software’s toolkit for building a digital front-end for inkjet presses. Ian Scott, GMG managing director, says, “High-speed inkjet technology continues to develop at an impressive rate. However, colour management needs have not been fully addressed.

“The combination of Global Graphics digital front end technology and GMG Open Colour prediction and profiling technology fulfils the ever-increasing quality and production demands. We are very pleased to be working with Global Graphics in overcoming the many challenges that lay ahead in the shift from analogue to digital production.”

Justin Bailey, managing director of Global Graphics Software, says, “We are really excited to be working with the go-to company for high quality colour management in the labels and packaging market. GMG’s technology enables brand colours to be accurately reproduced on a digital press without loss of colour accuracy. It’s important in digital printing to be able to convert spot colours designed for a traditional press to the process colours available in digital. This enhancement to Fundamentals will benefit our original equipment manufacturers’ customers who need this capability in their digital front end.”

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