TechnologyIntegrated PLUS Color Management
The Xerox IntegratedPLUS Automated Color Management Solution is comprised of three major components: a print engine, digital front end (aka RIP, for example EFI Fiery), and SaaS Color Management partner offering. The Xerox IntegratedPLUS Automated Color Management Solution is offered with two cloud offerings, CMI SaaSColorManagment.com and CGS's Oris Certified // Web and Oris AxCM/Lynx.
The solution API has a "client side" (e.g. SaaSColorManagement.com) running in the cloud and its local client software, which interacts directly with the cloud servers and isolates the customers printers/DFEs from the public internet.
The server side is what gives the solution its uniqueness. It provides a compliant remote color management application (SaaS) programmatic access to the internal color management resources on both the DFE (ICC Profiles and Spot Color Tables) and if the print engine is equipped the inline spectrophotometer.
Key server side/DFE features include:
- Xerox IntegratedPLUS Automated Color Management Solution Feature License (EFI and FFPS)
- Remote access to internal printer ILS (EFI and FFPS)
- Remote install of ICC profiles (FFPS)
- Remote install of Spot Color Libraries (FFPS)
- Workflow Verification (FFPS)
When Xerox IntegratedPLUS Automated Color Management Solution was conceived, the idea was to do two very important tasks in color management; 1) provide remote access to DFE color management resources and 2) automate the collection of spectral data. The x in solution stands for the three modes of collecting spectral data--critical for color process control. The solution supports all three modes in the field today.