Intercon's history is marked by several significant accomplishments listed below:
|1984||Intercon Associates founded in Rochester, New York.|
|1987 to 1997||Intercon was the exclusive provider of digital signature technology for the US Senate. This aimed to provide security to US Senate Signatures.|
|1992||Intercon released its Rx Fonts, the first digital prescription warning label hardware solution that eliminated the need for pre-printed rolls of warning labels.|
|1996||Intercon was the first IT company to offer Government an open system data collection solution via LAN, WAN and the Internet.|
|1997||Intercon was the first company to implement XML technology into document management and data collection applications.|
|2002||Intercon successfully launched Accessible FormNet™ data capture software for electronic forms based on the requirement of all branches of the Federal Government to comply with two pieces of legislation: Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act Amendments of 1998 and the Government Paper Elimination Act (GPEA).
Intercon released Intercon Software Fonts, a software based prescription warning label solution that eliminated the need for warning label font cards.
|2003||Federal CIO Council Best Practices for GSA Accessibility Project.|
|2006||Intercon released two new products: BizCycle Workflow/ECM and a USB e-forms product for government (USAde) & higher education (R-Forms).|
|2009||Intercon launched AirForms™ Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) for on-demand web-based data capture.
Intercon introduced GoData™ for automated on-demand XML data transfer.
The above accomplishments illustrate Intercon's experience managing and delivering large opportunities.