March 26, 2019 2:00 pm
Printing, Packaging and Imaging Portfolio Manager, X-Rite
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Industry standards matter. Standards are the reason your credit card works almost anywhere in the world, or why you can watch the same video on nearly any device. For the printing/publishing industry, standards make for fast, efficient, predictable and cost-effective processes. ISO/TC 130 Graphic Technology, the group that develops international standards for our industry, is busy working for you, with 15 active working groups, 98 published standards and 35 new standards under development. Which of these standards might apply to you directly, and what standards play into your workflow or supply chain?
ISO TR 19305 puts it all into perspective!
In this webinar, we will explain what ISO TR19305 is and how you can use it as a guide to the most important standards for you, your team and your business. We will walk through the common graphic production process stakeholders and their responsibilities, then map those responsibilities to some of the standards that may have the most impact on those roles. You’ll come away with a greater understanding of the ISO TR19305 framework and how standards are positively impacting your business.
Ray is chairman of ANSI/CGATS and chair of CGATS SC3, Metrology and Process Control. Ray also heads up the US TAG for ISO on graphic arts standards and vice chair of the International Color Consortium (ICC).
In his current role at X-Rite Pantone, Ray examines trends and workflows to align the company’s products now and in the future. Prior to X-Rite, Ray ran a test digital imaging facility for Eastman Kodak, a successful photo studio in Chicago and has managed both large and small photographic production facilities.
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