Collaborative Color Measurement in Real Time
The world today is becoming more obsessed with knowing what is going on as it happens. It’s not fast enough to seek out information when we find the time—we want it proactively delivered to us when there is something we need to see right now.
This desire has extended into the world of color measurement, where print buyers want to know the quality of their packaging before it ships from the printer. Today, this relies on the manufacturer taking measurements and choosing what data to send to a variety of reporting services. When something does need attention, the parties must move to another medium to work on the issue together. Be it email, a phone call or a web-based meeting, collaborating on color has never been simple.
Fortunately, there are multiple new offerings that centralize collaboration into the color measurement application itself, making problem solving much faster. Join Dan as he looks at solutions that work in multiple environments, such as on the production line, in the quality assurance lab and at the shelf when the product is customer facing.
Some of these solutions leverage the instrumentation you have today, while others introduce new devices that bring novel capabilities. All of them bridge the gap between desktop and mobile measurement, ensuring that the data you share isn’t lost amongst multiple systems. With these capabilities, these solutions bring can bring peace of mind at any moment, no matter where in the world that production is taking place.
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About Our Presenter
Dan Uress, Colorware USA Inc
Dan Uress is a disrupter in the field of color measurement software. Aspiring to offer more than alternative software solutions provide, he founded his company Colorware USA in 2008. Dan’s mission has been to develop customer-inspired solutions that aid in the understanding and accuracy of color reproduction in the manufacturing process. The result is the MeasureColor suite of software, created to give customers the highest level of usability, connectivity and instrument choice of any product available.
For the past 14 years, Dan has worked tirelessly to earn an installed base of more than 3,000 companies in countries around the globe. Putting his customers’ interests first with unmatched dedication, Dan feels privileged to assist those looking to better understand and improve their color quality.