AGS introduces PDF and print inspection software

Software to avoid content error

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L to R: Vilas Gupte, head – color business, Santosh KP, senior manager – application support, and Vishnu Kamat, vice president – sales of Advanced Graphic Systems. Photo IPP

Advanced Graphic Systems (AGS) has been a provider of color management, hardware and software solutions in the print industry for nearly two decades. AGS used Pamex 2015 as a platform to introduce the PDF and print inspection software. Vishnu Kamat, associate vice president – sales at AGS, said, “The print inspection software will help printers to check their PDF files at the prepress and printing stage to avoid errors in font, text size, shadows streaks, i-dots, periods, commas and color that helps to reduce a lot of waste. Such software is required for all products but in particular for products in the pharmaceutical, cosmetics and food industry, where content matters the most.”

Apart from tec4check, densitometers, spectrodensitometers, plate readers, ink optimization, print standardization software and few others were displayed at the show. “Pamex 2015 is a common platform to meet decision makers in the print industry. With high numbers of visitors under one roof, it is the perfect time to showcase our products in Mumbai. It has helped us to generate valuable leads, which will later be converted into orders,” concludes Kamat.

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