Started in 1980 Image Technologies
grew out of a partnership servicing the
audio-visual and computer graphics industry. By
1986 it was the leading UK supplier of
audio-visual presentation producing computer
graphics systems to major bluechip companies.
In 1989 it changed
its emphasis to developing Windows GDI and then
to PostScipt driver solutions.
By 1992 Image
Technologies had already sold its first major
copier solution to Canon who bundled it with
their IPU10 to drive the CLC 300 & 500 colour
1993 saw the
development of their PostScript Level 2 RIP and
our first colour controller WarpSpeed was born.
became a Public Limited Company in 1996.
Leading the way
with Windows solutions such as Wisp-PS and
WarpSpeed and then HotSpur, Image Technologies
has often set the standard for others to follow.
"Firsts" include the following:
with colour controller RIPs running on
Windows NT OS
with PCI cards to drive copiers
with copier solutions in kit form
with Job Centric solutions
with Real Time Inline Processing
Last year Qt's
RTIP Technology pioneered a revolutionary new
approach to controllers and has won acclaim and a
HotPick award at Seybold 98.
1999. The New Qt
Range of products is introduced to provide a new
set of solutions to customers. Market areas which
hitherto have remained unaddressed by our
is an innovative technology company. Where we
lead, others follow. Our goal is to fullfill
customer requirements with the solutions they
need and at prices they can afford. Our Mix and
match integrated range makes our solutions
uniquely capable of matching these needs in the