MMC and PackZ

Software integration

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Judy van de Langkruis, managing partner, matchmycolor

matchmycolor (MMC) and PackZ Software recently completed the integration of their software solutions. This is a partnership between PackZ, which offers productivity tools for making designs print ready, and matchmycolor, which provides color specification, monitoring and development of accurate color recipes for packaging materials (print and plastic). In 2014 the companies signed a partnership agreement to offer a seamless way for users to specify and manage brand colors within PackZ packaging tools. “The combination of PackZ Software and matchmycolor technologies help users design, specify, produce, manage and control brand-based colors at every stage in the global color supply chain,” says Christopher Graf, chief executive officer of PackZ Software.

With the completion of this integration, PackZ Software has quick and direct access to brand color standards. matchmycolor Colibri ensures that only the latest version of a color standard can be used in PackZ software, reducing the chance of errors. PackZ and Colibri innovative solutions further enhance precision and efficiency in global color management and connect all participants in the color supply chain, including brand owners, designers, printers and converters. The integration of the two solutions will be on display at Hybrid Software (Stand 4308) during Graph Expo, which will be held from 13 September to 16September in Chicago, US.

“matchmycolor and PackZ believe in seamless and open communication of color between systems. We ensure the integrity of the color is maintained at all stages – from design, hard copy proofing, printing and preparation of inks to the supply of a product,” explains Judy van de Langkru is, managing partner, matchmycolor.

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