Neopost USA to Preview Its mColor Software
MILFORD, CT—Oct. 2, 2012—At GRAPH EXPO 2012, Neopost USA, a leading creator of scalable business solutions for the postal and related digital communications industry, will preview its new mColor workflow and color management software featuring an integrated Harlequin RIP optimized exclusively for the company’s AS/HJ950C digital color printer.
mColor offers the advantage of using one workflow product that incorporates color management tools, production job presets, hot folders and the powerful Harlequin RIP engine. Designed to make the color output of the AS-950C as accurate as possible, mColor software brings professional level color quality control to print shops allowing them to match PMS spot colors. The result is better output and higher productivity.
Some of the features of the mColor software include a simple graphical user interface and global color correct tools to adjust color mixing on existing artwork. This production workflow solution allows users to build and store their various print job configurations for fast setup. Neopost’s mColor software includes optimized ICC profiles built exclusively for the AS-950C and the ability to add custom profiles as well.
The Neopost AS-950C features the newest digital printing innovations available. Powered by 1,600-dpi Memjet technology, it is a full-process color printer that can print on materials up to 9.5×17″ long at high speed.
From the mail center throughout an enterprise, Neopost’s innovative digital printing and advanced mail solutions enables commercial printers to differentiate themselves from the competition and create unique offerings for their customers.
Visit Neopost USA at booth #4002 during GRAPH EXPO and learn how partnering with the right trusted advisor will help chart the course for the future.
Neopost USA partners with its customers to help them achieve higher levels of efficiency, control and value in their mailing operations. Neopost USA is known for its broad line of mailing and shipping systems and mail support equipment, such as mailing machines, postage meters, folder/inserters, address printers, tabbers, mail sorting and tracking systems and mail center management tools. Its equipment and systems are supported by a combination of direct sales and a network of independent dealers providing sales, supplies and service to their customers.