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GMG releases

1st December 2014 – Galloways (www.galloways.co.uk) has invested in GMG proofing and colour management software to offer its clients a high level of colour accuracy from proof to print, while reducing ink costs.

Based in Cheshire, Galloways is a leading commercial printer producing a wide variety of printed literature for a number of major advertising, design and marketing agencies, as well as a diverse range of direct clients. Read the rest of this entry »

New major features allow companies to create accurate proofs for optically brightened (OBA) references—including a new OBA paper available from GMG.

Tuebingen (October 28, 2014) – GMG, the leading developer and supplier of high-end color management software solutions, announces the availability of GMG ColorProof 5.6, the latest release of the company’s popular, award-winning proofing software.

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GMG customers have immediate and seamless access to DIC COLORCLOUD to produce highly accurate color proofs

Tuebingen (October 16, 2014) – GMG GmbH & Co KG (www.gmgcolor.com) announces that DIC COLORCLOUD will be integrated with its award-winning GMG OpenColor and GMG ColorProof platforms.

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Stand GB3, 30th September – 1st October, Design Centre, Islington, London

September 4th 2014 –GMG Color is teaming up with leading innovative technology company Epson and specialist packaging design graphics studio Studio404 at Packaging Innovations (stand GB3).

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12th August 2014 – GMG GmbH, the leading developer and supplier of high-end color management software solutions, is celebrating 30 years shaping the color management landscape

– three decades “converting, standardizing, reproducing, maximizing, controlling, sharing and evolving color,” in the words of co-owner Robert Weihing. Read the rest of this entry »

GMG’s popular proof quality assurance tool is updated to support the latest SWOP and GRACoL profiles, as well as the more defined D50 measurement standard

July 2nd, 2014, Tübingen – GMG, a leading developer and supplier of high-end color management software solutions, announces the immediate availability of an updated version of its GMG ProofControl quality assurance tool.

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Highlight features include PDF/VT-1 compatibility, CMYK to RGB conversions and support of new IDEAlliance file standards

Tuebingen, June 3, 2014 – GMG, a leading developer of high-end color management and proofing solutions, announces that it has released GMG ColorServer 4.9, an updated version of its award-winning automated color conversion software with new levels of functionality. Read the rest of this entry »

May 12th, 2014 – Mamas & Papas, one of the biggest names within the UK for nursery, baby and childcare products, has invested in GMG ColorProof and GMG ColorServer software solutions to provide higher quality, consistent print and proofing across the board.

Launched in 1981 by husband and wife Luisa and David Scacchetti, the Mamas & Papas nursery brand is still very much a family business with their daughters Amanda and Olivia in Directorial positions within the company.

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April 7th, 2014 – GMG Color is very pleased to announce that it has appointed Reprocentre as a fully-accredited GMG solutions provider in Ireland, effective immediately.

“Reprocentre is Ireland’s market leading supplier of equipment and consumables and has a tremendous reputation for delivering first rate products and service to its customers,” says Toby Burnett, MD, GMG UK. “This is a strong partnership that unites GMG’s proofing and colour management solutions with Reprocentre’s wealth of technical knowledge in all aspects of proofing and the printing process.” Read the rest of this entry »

Tuebingen (7th April, 2014)

GMG, leading developer and supplier of high-end color management software solutions, is pleased to have achieved the top ranking in Fogra’s recent ‘Printing the expected – Textile!’ proofing challenge. Read the rest of this entry »