TECHKON the innovation leader in high-precision color measurement solutions for the global print and packaging communities – today reported on the success of their ‘Make the Swith’ program. Aimed at commercial printing and packaging companies throughout North America, the Make the Switch program was developed to aid anyone involved in color management or measurement with the adoption of new handheld and scanning devices, QC software, and closed loop solutions.
The ‘Make the Switch’ program was born out of the idea that the process of integrating new color measurement solutions should be seamless. In order to help customers through the process of integration, Techkon appointed a small dedicated team with extensive experience in training and support, to carefully guide customers through the process of implementation. In many cases, the implementation includes: color data audit and management, process analysis, staff training, and ongoing virtual technical support. The comprehensive approach to integration has been applauded by color related staff in printing and packaging companies across North America.
Techkon is proud to highlight just a few of the ‘Make the Switch’ program success stories below.
Following a successful implementation of handheld spectrophotometers, a large commercial printer headquartered in Minneapolis, MN installed 3 closed loop systems.
A leader in the flexographic printing industry, headquartered in Ontario, Canada implemented 3 complete SpectroVision Inline Color Quality solutions.
An industry leader in film conversion and the production of innovative flexible packaging adopted 20+ licenses of the Techkon color QC software package.
A leading provider of high-impact label decoration for consumer goods products, headquartered in St. Paul, MN has completed a full-scale adoption of Techkon color quality solutions.
Techkon is proud to support companies in their mission to connect brands and consumers through effective visual communication. Techkon color quality control solutions continue to help companies reduce make-ready times, yield big gains in productivity, increase their print quality, and retain their clients.