ICScolor introduces Remote Director V4 at Printing United

Also unveils new brand identity

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Remote Director V4 preview

ICScolor is previewing its new logo and brand identity, along with the next generation of Remote Director, the company’s groundbreaking flagship product, exclusively at the 2022 Printing United Expo in Las Vegas from 19-22 October.

The Remote Director V4 introduces a whole new look and feel, providing users with a modern, streamlined approach to the collaborative digital proofing process. Every touchpoint will benefit from the upgrade, including proof access, administration, project creation, and viewer invitations. 

The Remote Director V4 is not just a pretty face. ICS engineers took the opportunity to modernize the industry-standard software as well as to fine-tune it for optimal performance. At the same time, OEM and integration partners will enjoy a simpler and easier-to-use API for connection to their workflows.

Remote Director celebrated 20 years in 2021, and we’re excited to launch RD’s third decade with a simplified modern, optimized interface to all our features,” ICScolor President Dan Caldwell. “We’re equally thrilled to unveil our new brand identity at the 2022 Printing United Expo. Our new brand was designed to represent our entire family of color digital proofing products and their impact on the entire print media and packaging industry.”

ICScolor is a world leader in remote digital color proofing. Their technology pioneered color-accurate soft proofing with the launch of Remote Director. The world’s largest brands, converters, printers, premedia, and publishers save time and money by eliminating the handling of hard copy proofs. Today, ICScolor’s expanded suite of products and solutions are focused on digital color proofing in real-time, on any mix of hardware and workflows at any location in the world.

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