TWAIN Board of Directors
- Fujitsu Computer Products of America
- Visioneer, Inc.
- Kodak Alaris
- InoTec GmbH Organisationssysteme
- Drummond Group
- Panasonic Systems Communications Company of North America
TWAIN Associate Members
- Ambir Technology
- PDF Association
- Microtek International Inc.
- Picture Elements
Why Become a Member of the TWAIN Working Group?
Join industry leaders in representing a proven, solid industry standard in TWAIN and shaping a new standard in TWAIN Direct. By becoming a TWAIN member, your participation will help ensure that the TWAIN standards are balanced to meet both the broad needs of the industry and the specific needs of your organization. Involvement and support from TWAIN’s members is crucial to the ongoing expansion and enhancement of the TWAIN standard and the overall success of the organization. Membership is an opportunity to exchange solutions and ideas with industry leaders in a development environment and ensure that the TWAIN standard is solid and proven, garnering broad adoption with application developers and users. As a non-profit organization, TWAIN relies on members to direct the organization’s activities, to develop the standard and to vote on initiatives moving forward.
The TWAIN Working Group Membership Options
An Associate Member company has a representative who participates on the technical sub-committee. This person contributes weekly to the discussion and plans for execution of the technical go forward strategy of the standard.
Associate Member participation is acknowledged by having their company logo included on the home page of the TWAIN Working Group web site at www.twain.org and listed in the resource section as a TWAIN Associate Member. They also may display the associate member logo on their company website.
Associate members do not have board voting privileges.
Participation as an Associate Member requires execution of the TWAIN Intellectual Property statement.
A Board Member company has a representative who participates on the technical sub-committee. They contribute to the weekly discussion and plans for execution of the technical go forward strategy of the standard.
Their representative also participates at the quarterly TWAIN Board Meetings and has voting privileges on the association’s strategic and operational issues.
All board level members must communicate four times a year with the association and must participate in person at one board meeting per year unless prohibited by extenuating circumstances.
Board Member participation is acknowledged by having their company logo included on the home page of the TWAIN Working Group web site at www.twain.org and are listed in the resource section as a TWAIN Board Member. They also may display the board member logo on their company website.
Participation as a TWAIN Board Member requires execution of the TWAIN Intellectual Property statement.
For more information or questions, please contact:
TWAIN Working Group Marketing Administrator
+1 (910) 574-6631