Time Technology was founded in 1985 by Vic Quiros. He developed the original intempo, whose customers are tournament organizers at all levels and the ACBL itself . Time Technology has compiled a list of directors and other officials who can serve as references for the company and its products.
The original intempo displays the round number (9" digits) and the time remaining in the round (12" digits). Its enormous size make it easily visible in even the largest playing venues such as convention centers. It is simple to set up and has lots of convenience features. It has been rugged and reliable; some units have logged thousands of miles on the tournament trail.
We introduced intempo2, our club model, in June 1997 at the Las Vegas Regional. This model has all the features of the original, but is packaged (and priced) to suit individual bridge clubs. It displays the round number (2.3" digits) and the time remaining in the round (4" digits). Its visibility, 150 feet minimum, makes it ideal for use in tournaments as well, in all but the largest playing areas. Setup and running of the game is done with a convenient hand-held remote control.
Mission Statement: Time Technology is committed to providing its customers with products and service of the highest quality. We conduct our business under Total Quality Management principles, and value our relationships with our customers, distributors, suppliers and employees.
Time Technology § 15252 N. 100th Street, Unit 2154 § Scottsdale, AZ 85260 § (480) 299-6667