xColor promises lightweight cloud-based colour management

By 30 May 2018

Specle.net has announced the release of xColor, a new cloud-based colour management tool. xColor enables native cloud-based colour conversion, seamless integrations with utilities like Dropbox, and global location management at startup-friendly prices. Unlike traditional colour management solutions, xColor is completely cloud-based, offers a free trial and transparent SaaS-based pricing, without locking customer into long-term contracts.

xColor is a cloud-based color management tool designed for designers, freelancers, studios, agencies and the enterprise. xColor’s DeviceLink system colour converts small, large, and multiple page files in seconds. xColor is setting out to replace the complex hardware and software solutions traditionally needed to perform professional colour conversion and management.

“The xColor system was developed atop extensive client feedback. Clients wanted an affordable cloud-based colour management system, available across multiple locations without robust licensing constraints. xColor satisfies that customer demand and delivers simple, fast, accurate colour management for users worldwide,” said Simon Murray, CEO, xColor. “We’ve been working with clients in this space for years, so in many ways, we knew exactly what they were looking for.”

All xColor users are offered a 30-day free trial that includes queue and conversion management; unlimited colour conversion; conversions within a wide range of profiles; dropbox integration.

Specle, the developer of xColor, is the UK’s leading print advertising distributor. Specle offers colour conversion and campaign management, including DOOH management, to agencies such as McCann Worldgroup, VCCP, and Havas, and provides media owners such as Condé Nast, The Economist and Primesight with ad management and delivery.

To start the free trial and learn more about xColor, visit xcolor.io.

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