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Dan Montgomery


About Me

Dan Montgomery is the president and founder of Imagine Products, which develops innovative workflow solutions that help film and media professionals back up, view, share, transcode, and archive their digital-video assets. Dan Montgomery started his career as a mechanical engineer from Indiana’s prestigious Rose-Hulman Institute for Technology, working for 10 years in industry with electronics, engines and ancillary products. In the late 80s he earned a Professional Engineering license and spent 5 years as General Manager for a high-tech, software based, engineering consulting company in Indianapolis. He and his wife Jane founded Imagine Products, Inc. in 1991 with the concept of applying software to video production workflow. The company was twice honored as one of the state’s top 100 fastest growing companies by Indiana University’s Kelley School of Business. Another high-point in Imagine’s history was being selected to create the video archives for the Salt Lake Winter Olympics in 2002. In 2006 the company introduced the first Macintosh viewer for Panasonic P2 media. Since then it has released various offloading, viewing, transcoding and sharing applications to support the transition to ‘tapeless’ digital workflows. We specialize in video related applications for professionals. Our customer list includes broadcast, cable, corporate, education, government and other industries worldwide. Leading supplier of workflow solutions. Imagine Products specializes in workflow solutions for the entertainment and media industry. From file acquisition to archives, Imagine focuses on building powerful applications simple enough for beginners yet powerful enough for professionals. ShotPut Pro™ is a file copy utility application using checksum technology to ensure accurate offloading of HD video and photo files. ShotPut Pro has been the industry de- facto standard since the first version was released in 2008. With a simple user interface and powerful copy speeds, ShotPut Pro is a necessity in todays tapeless HD workflows.
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