Cloud-based inspection for packaging

Global Vision, which specialises in proof reading solutions for packaging, has released a new cloud-based, packaging inspection suite called Proofware. This has a number of quality control tools to inspect text, artwork, spelling, Braille, barcodes and annotate.
It’s completely web-based with no further software to be installed and can be deployed across an Enterprise. It includes report management tools to organise inspection reports and can run multiple inspections with the same set of files. It integrates easily with Artwork Management Systems (AMS), Document Management Systems (DMS) and Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) solutions. It also includes e-signature, enables annotation, call-outs, stamps, measurement, and colour inspection.
“Proofware gives any enterprise instant access to everyone involved in the security of their brand copy and artwork throughout the enterprise,” explained Reuben Malz, President of Global Vision. “With Proofware a new level of collaboration is achieved between different teams within the organisation, their customers and suppliers.”
Proofware includes a number of Apps: DocuProof for Text inspection; ArtProof for Artwork inspection; SpellProof for multi-language spell check; BrailleProof for Braille translation; BarProof for Barcode verification; and notes for Annotation




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