Powering the Supply Chain™

Idealliance, a global think tank, is a non-profit graphic communications industry organization with 12 strategically located offices around the world. Idealliance serves brands, OEMs, service providers in print and packaging, content & media creators, fulfillment, mail delivery, creative agencies/teams, material suppliers, and innovators & developers worldwide. We do our work through ISO Standards Innovation, Print and Digital Workflows & Technologies Development & Integration, Technical Research & Industry Insights, Certification, Training, Brand & Facility Auditing Programs and serves as a Global Super Connector for brands, service providers, & OEMs throughout the world.  Our specifications have transformed the graphic communications industry by defining production workflows for colour (GRACoL®, SWOP®, XCMYK™, G7®, BrandQ®), content management (PRISM®), mail supply (Mail.dat®, Mail.XML™), and paper (papiNet®). Idealliance is the world’s foremost certifying body for competencies, systems, materials and facilities, and Idealliance, a Liaison ‘A’ to ISO TC130,  is one of the world’s largest contributors and developers of ISO standards.

Colour Graphic Services was established to provide clients with the highest quality colour consulting services, training and products to put you on the road to predictable, accurate and consistent colour.

Our aim is to work with clients that want to uphold their brand standards across all marketing materials and packaging. To introduce standards, specifications and techniques that ensure our clients productivity and competitiveness in the market his continuously improved.

From January 2020, Idealliance and Colour Graphic Services have formed a partnership to advance Idealliance specifications across Australasia and to serve as the sole agent for Idealliance programs in that region. Through our shared capacity for collaboration and innovation, our aim is to provide an

standardize and implement solutions to the challenges present to the graphic community in Australasia.