MeasureColor 20.2 to feature enhanced data submission capability to X-Rite ColorCert ScoreCard Server to satisfy brand quality review requirements.

Colorware is pleased to announce MeasureColor version 20.2 will offer new automation and increased submission efficiency via licensed API technology from X-Rite. Printers who need to submit print quality data to brand print buyers using MeasureColor can now do so directly from within our application without the need to export measurements. Combined with our integrated support of PantoneLive, printers can be assured they are measuring the correct color standard and sharing their results in near real-time.

Version 20.2 will also include our new visual defects, registration, and barcode grading process. Featuring large, touch screen compatible controls, operators will be easily able to record these non-measurable attributes and store the results with their color measurements. This new capability can be immediately utilized within your existing workflow for internal logging of print quality defects. When required, this new process is also compatible with the ColorCert data submission API, eliminating the need of adding these results outside of MeasureColor.



MeasureColor 20.2 will be available as a free of charge upgrade to existing customers with a current MeasureColor Support Agreement (MCSA) and available as an upgrade for customers without optional maintenance. Submission of data via the API requires a compatible XRGA instrument and ScoreCard Server Login. Additional PantoneLive licensing may apply. Please contact us for additional information or with any questions!

To read more about XRite’s new ColorCert Reporting API, please visit: XRite ColorCert Reporting API press release