The G7 Difference – An Overview of G7 Printing from a Master Printer

G7 Master

Are you familiar with the printing industry term “G7”? G7 is an international standard for calibrating and profiling printing devices to a common gray space. Printing companies that are able to prove they can achieve visual similarity across multiple print devices can be eligible to be recognized as a G7® Master Qualified printer. This is a prestigious recognition in the printing industry, signifying excellence in printingand color production. Venture Solutions is a G7® Master Qualified printer.

So what does this mean to a business? When working with a G7 Master Qualified printer, businesses can be certain that no matter what device output files are printed on, the print quality will be consistent from one device to another. This also makes for an easier transition when printing across multiple G7 print facilities. In a time where proper brand management is key to a business’ success, having this predictable accuracy in color is crucial.

To learn more about the G7 process and what working with a G7® Master Qualified Printer means for your business visit:

About the author

Director of IT Support

Dave has more than 20 years of experience in the areas of content management and data processing. He joined Venture Solutions in 2010 as programming manager. In his current role as director of IT production support, Dave provides leadership and support to the client services, sales and production teams. He oversees and coordinates the programming of Venture’s client’s print jobs and works with various leaders on continuous process improvement initiatives. Dave is passionate about innovative technology and enjoys finding creative ways to accomplish technology-related goals. Dave is affiliated with GMC user groups and other industry-related panels.