Idealliance Awards G7 System Certification to Onyx Graphics
Idealliance has awarded G7 System Certification to Onyx Graphics for ONYX Media Manager with G7. Through an intensive evaluation of the software system, including data handling and verification, the Onyx system met all the requirements of G7 System Certification as set forth by Idealliance, the graphic communications global think tank and developer of ISO standards, specifications, and leading certifying body in the industry.
The Onyx system is a leader in color management for the wide-format print industry for fast, superior output for all wide format printing applications. ONYX Media Manager with G7, receiving G7 System Certification, drives near neutral output across all wide format print applications, according to the specifications defined for G7 to ultimately reduce costs of operation, increase speed to market of print and packaging materials, and maximize production efficiencies.
“Inclusion of the G7 methodology in the Onyx system demonstrates how implementation of global color standards across all print technologies, and print mediums, drives the highest print quality and consistency for global print providers and print buyers in wide format, signage, and textile print applications. The ability for the Onyx engine to drive G7 near-neutral across all wide format print applications is a tremendous value for any print provider or print buyer looking to guarantee consistency and color quality, regardless of process or print medium,” says Jordan Gorski Vice President of Global Certification Programs.
Currently being drafted into ISO 12647-2, G7 near neutral is the standard for print consistency across the entire graphic communications industry, utilized by brands, creatives, pre-press, print service providers and the entire print and packaging supply chain. Utilizing G7 within a print production workflow improves output consistency across all print services, platforms, and distribution outlets.
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