AGS installs five EasyTrax and set to promote InkZone systems in India

By 20 Apr 2010

PrintWeek India - Mumbai-based Advanced Graphic Systems (AGS), the firm which represents X-Rite in India, has announced that it has entered into a partnership with the Swiss-based Digital Information to promote InkZone, a closed loop control technology for non-stop control of the press and compliance with print production standards.

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AGS also announced installation of five X-Rite EasyTrax devices since its launch in India last October.

Vishnu Kamat, manager for marketing at AGS, said "Those printers who want to automate their workflow and consistently produce accurate colour can opt for both the EasyTrax device and InkZone."

According to Kamat, Digital Information has taken another stride towards supporting the wider array of colour measurement in the market through their InkZone Move solution by fully integrating with X-Rite's EasyTrax. Digital Information's solutions including Move will be on display at Ipex 2010.

Kamat added: "Whether target is faster makereadies or printing to a specific requirement or even to improve pressroom productivity, a system that incorporates the X-Rite EasyTrax along with InkZone Move can help achieve the target."


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