Yes, that would be the next step to try & get a match - but it doesn't always work.
It will give you either a formulation or a vehicle colour name & code of what it considers to be a match.
I SMART repair professionally & have had a few that I've finished up walking away from as the spectrophotometer & even an eye match by a couple of very good mixers I use hasn't got it right & the only answer would be a whole side respray which is bodyshop & booth territory. Learnt a long time ago to get the colour right BEFORE applying the wet&dry
Just irritating that I can find a code but not a formulation! I've emailed PPG so I'll see what they say.