Globis Inc., incorporated in 1997, is Philippines leading innovative and experienced provider of color management solutions for diverse fields of applications where color is critical to the success of their brand, identity and business. Its market leadership lies in the successful implementation of its projects and customer satisfaction generated. The company strongly believes in building strong relationships with their customers, thus the statement "your color solution partner" is stressed in our daily business undertaking. Globis segregates its color management solutions into 2 major areas of emphasis, (a) Graphic Arts, Digital Imaging & Printing, and (b) Industrial Color & Appearance.
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If the reliable, correct and printable reproduction of colors is close to your heart, then our products and technologies for handling every aspect of color management are just what you're looking for. Our portfolio ranges from high-quality monitor calibration, profiling tools and Dev ceLink tools, all the way to an automated color server.
In this highly specialized field of Color Control, Globis back up the products it sells with up-to-date technical knowledge and responsive customer supports above par of the industry benchmark. And with a strong financial base, it's a guarantee that we will be around for a long time to come.
Globis provide solutions integrating products with training & consultancy serving the Graphic Arts, Digital Imaging & Printing segment (advertising, design, photograph & fine art, prepress, medical, paper, publishing, offset commercial printing, offset/flexo/gravure packaging, signage, architecture & mechanical CAD, animation & video) and the Industrial Color & Appearance segment (textiles & garments, plastics & metal, food & pharmaceutical, inks & paints, electronics & semiconductor, furniture & interior design, automotive.
New developments in technology are forcing printing companies to move to the next higher competitive level or be out of business. This eventually spurred an even greater demand for new knowledge to adapt, utilize and deploy new graphic arts technology to produce printed matters since it usually will require new workflow and process changes within the organization where know-how is insufficient for this change transition.
We believe training of the operating force is necessary for companies to improve their performance. However, it is important for graphic art companies to realize that training should not only be limited to the operators but should also be propagated to the management level so that people from different levels of the organization are attune to the production processes involved. With proper training and education, it brings about not only improvement in quality of the job but also better interaction among peers.