Access becomes a GMG reseller in Canada

GMG Americas (Hingham, MA) has signed an agreement with Access, headquartered in Toronto, to become a dealer of GMG products throughout Canada. The company’s efforts will be focused on GMG’s wide array of colour management solutions as well as its PrintFactory workflow. Access is an operating business unit of the Access Group that’s been providing IT solutions to small and medium-sized businesses for over 25 years. It’s also developed extensive experience in serving large-format digital printers, commercial printers, screen printers, quick copy shops, sign shops, fine-art reproduction bureaus, reprographic houses and large-format print franchises across Canada. The company’s factory-trained specialists recommend equipment and supplies that allow its customers to produce the highest quality, most cost-effective output possible. Its specialists maximize equipment performance to increase profitability, with expertise in all print issues – from colour and file management to choosing the right type of media.

John Visentin.

“We look forward to providing GMG’s full range of colour management products throughout Canada,” said John Visentin, Access Group President. “We hope to show the value of GMG ColorServer, GMG ColorProof and GMG OpenColor to a wide array of users—from ad agencies to digital, offset and wide-format printers. And, as an Epson partner, we see tremendous opportunity pairing up Epson SureColor printers with GMG solutions to produce accurate proofs and prototypes.

“We look forward to a strong partnership with Access,” said Paulo Monteiro, Vice President of Sales for GMG Americas. “They have extensive experience in the Canadian market and should help to build on GMG’s visibility and colour management reputation there. They’ve helped customers build complete systems – for example, with PrintFactory and GMG ColorServer. They also can provide answers to specific colour management issues with our other solutions.” GMG’s products are currently available from Access across Canada.

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Tony Curcio is the editor of Graphic Arts Magazine.