Sharp Introduces Pantone® Color Matching For 10 New MFP Models

MAHWAH, N.J., Nov. 3, 2016 /PRNewswire/ — Sharp Imaging and Information Company of America, a division of Sharp Electronics Corporation (SEC), announced that all 10 models in its Color Advanced and Essentials Series multifunction printer (MFP) line, ranging in speed from 30 – 60 pages per minute (ppm), now support Pantone color matching. Together with its high-speed office and light production lineup, with speeds of 62 – 75 ppm, Sharp now has 14 multifunction printer models that are Pantone-licensed. This valuable feature is an ideal fit for color-critical environments that rely on the Pantone Matching System®.

Traditionally, matching Pantone colors required color expertise and the use of expensive workflow software. Now the color analysts at Pantone expertly tuned the Pantone colors specifically for the Color Advanced and Essentials series. The carefully crafted color table faithfully, and easily, reproduces colors from the Pantone Coated Series of colors onto documents produced by Sharp MFPs.

“The Pantone Matching System is used by companies across a variety of industries to help distinguish their brand image through corporate logos, text, and more,” said Shane Coffey, Senior Director, Hardware Product Management, Sharp Imaging and Information Company of America. “We are pleased to continue offering our customers advanced color management tools that are simple, streamlined and that achieve professional results.”

Pantone color matching for all Color Advanced and Essentials models, as well as the high-speed office and light production lineup, is currently available at no extra cost.

About Sharp Imaging and Information Company of America
Sharp Imaging and Information Company of America, a division of Sharp Electronics Corporation, markets the advanced, MX Series multifunction printer (MFP) systems that help companies manage workflow efficiently and increase productivity. As a leader in security within the MFP industry, Sharp MFPs feature the Sharp OSA® development platform, which seamlessly integrates network applications to create a personalized MFP that can meet virtually any business need, and Scan2 technology, which scans two-sided documents in a single pass to enhance scanning reliability and preserve document integrity.

For more information on Sharp’s business products, contact Sharp Electronics Corporation, 1 Sharp Plaza, Suite 1, Mahwah, N.J., 07495-1163. For online product information, visit our website at siica.sharpusa.com.

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