Think Patented, Miamisburg, OH, Receives Prestigious Pantone Color Standards Certification
DAYTON, OH—January 13, 2015—Think Patented is one of fewer than a dozen printers in the world to have been certified by Pantone for having met its rigorous, industry-leading criteria for consistently superior color output.
The certification requirements cover every aspect of a printer’s color process, from ink storage and management, to prepress protocols, to pressroom best practices. The obvious benefit to customers is unmatched color fidelity and consistency across virtually every printed piece.
"Pantone is the gold standard for corporate color standards and color measuring equipment," explained Niels Winther, Think Patented's managing partner. "Combining the Pantone Certification with our everyday quality control processes—like the in-press control on our Heidelberg XL106 that inspects every fourth sheet—gives our clients unparalleled quality assurance and peace of mind when it comes to their printed materials and brand standards."
The rare Pantone certification adds to Think Patented’s long list of industry awards, accolades and leadership standing. Think Patented is also one of only eleven exclusive companies to be certified as both a G7 Master printer and G7 Process Control Master.
Pantone LLC, a wholly-owned subsidiary of X-Rite Inc., has been the world’s color authority for nearly 50 years, providing design professionals with products and services for the colorful exploration and expression of creativity. Always a source for color inspiration, Pantone also offers paint and designer-inspired products and services for consumers.
About Think Patented
Think Patented, headquartered in Miamisburg, OH, is redefining what a printing company is. Offering services to clients worldwide with conventional, digital and wide-format printing, One2One marketing, pURL’s, mobile marketing, Web-to-print solutions, marketing automation, fulfillment services, call center services, direct mail and promotional products, all under one roof.
Source: Think Patented.