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Plastics Color Corp. Announces Phase II of Its isaac™ Web Portal: Enhanced Visualizer Supports Color Design and Development
Date:2/16/2013

Anaheim, Calif. (PRWEB) February 16, 2013

PCC (Plastics Color Corporation), a leading supplier of color concentrates, compounds, and additive masterbatches for the plastics industry, has announced the launch of Phase II of isaac™, a web portal and standalone application that connects customers to a broad range of useful business information and resources and allows PCC customers to drastically reduce time to market by streamlining the color design and development process. Phase I of isaac was launched last April at NPE: The International Plastics Showcase in Orlando. Phase II of isaac was demonstrated for the first time at PLASTEC West, a plastics industry tradeshow held in Anaheim, February 12-14.

isaac runs on any operating system including: iOS (iPhone®, iPad®) and Android® systems for tablets as well as PC and Mac. isaac is a value-added service for PCC customers that allows them to select from a palette of pre-approved colors and send samples electronically, design a product in real-time and share color story-boards with others in their organization. It also allows for access to a broad range of information related to all aspects of the customer/vendor relationship including data services, test-results, orders status, regulatory documents, as well as a myriad of additional information relevant to its customers.

Through a password-protected log-in, customers can access the data mentioned above customizable to a specific customer’s business needs. “We are providing isaac to our customers and customize the design palettes and data for their specific needs,” said Timothy Workman, PCC’s VP of business development.

New capabilities included in the isaac Phase II build:
1.    3D modeling of user-selectable colors onto an object
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