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natific to execute Datacolor Certified Program
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Apr '11
Datacolor, a global leader in color management solutions, announced that it has partnered with natific AG, recognized globally for their multi-disciplinary approach to manufacturing and product sourcing, to deliver the Datacolor Certified Program, a color assessment program designed to save apparel retailers significant time and cost. Working with Datacolor, global brands and retailers, natific engineer's will begin executing the program globally effective April 1, 2011.

The Datacolor Certified Program provides participating retailers with a supplier's digital and visual color assessment capabilities based on an annual on-site assessment. The program includes a review of the suppliers, associated hardware, software, operators and color evaluation environment. For companies desiring monitoring of supplier equipment accuracy, the program offers remote diagnostics, and frequent reporting, improving visibility of system performance and color compliance throughout the year.

Utilizing the Datacolor Certified Program executed by natific, retailers will benefit from reduced time and costs with effective color compliance throughout the supply chain. The standardized but flexible program manages all color requirements and specifications, and is easy to administer. Requiring no pre-existing accreditations programs, the Datacolor Certified Program offers quick, accurate communication with the world's leading retailers. For more information, visit www.coloraccreditation.com.

“Our partnership with Datacolor allows us to expand our services to the market in the field of supplier accreditations,” said Magnus Kanholt, CEO, natific. “Coupled with the natific Color Accreditation Program, our execution of the Datacolor Certified Program makes natific a market leader in supplier compliance and capability assessment.”

“Datacolor's certifiable methods of maintaining color control throughout the entire supply chain ensures that vendors meet original color specifications without fail,” said Brian Levey, Vice President, Industrial Business Unit, Datacolor. “Designed to streamline the coloration process, the Datacolor Certified Program significantly reduces time-to-market cycles, offering participating retailers both cost and time-saving benefits.”

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