Datacolor® announces major updates to software offerings, plus new software maintenance support plan

21 May 2024

Datacolor, a global leader in colour management solutions, has released significant software portfolio updates, including the integration of Colibri® support and enhancements to its colour matching and quality control (QC) tools.

“Since the acquisition of matchmycolor and its Colibri software solutions last May, our teams have worked tirelessly to align and enhance our state-of-the-art colour formulation and management software and services. Our goal is to provide easy-to-use solutions using the latest technologies that can be fully integrated into the workflows of customers in a wide range of industries. The result is a number of software upgrades and new support services which we are committed to continuously evolve,” said Albert Busch, Datacolor President and CEO.

The latest version of the Colibri workflow software (version 24.1) includes many new features, including increased security, improved recipe correction and performance enhancements.


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“We’ve also streamlined the upgrade process so that it requires no additional training and prevents data loss,” said Yazid Tohme, CTO at Datacolor. “At the same time, we’re expanding the use of cloud capabilities, analytics and integration services to further add value and improve ease of use.”

Datacolor is also upgrading its Match Pigment, Match Textile and Tools QC software solutions, in efforts to improve speed, security and reliability.

All Datacolor applications will soon benefit from the same maintenance support plan as Colibri. It will provide easy access to software upgrades and dedicated support services, ensuring that customer systems remain up to date with the latest performance enhancements. Customers will be able to take advantage of this new offering starting in June.

For more information about the new software maintenance support plan, visit here.

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