ProImage has developed 4 major generic technologies, which are the foundation of its Web based products. The parallel operation of these technologies dramatically improves the performance of Web applications.

Real-time browser-server connectivity- This technology combines the Web user interface advantages (remote access to the software) with the standard software advantages (real time response to events). It operates an additional server running in parallel to the Web server, working in conjunction with the active browsers. The parallel server pushes the required information to the Web server at any given time according to events taking place on the server. This information is packed efficiently and implementation of incremental data and aging techniques prevents the server from re-transmitting data that is no longer relevant.

Distributed component relationship - This technology is built in a few software layers: Network of algorithm components "glued" together in a scripting language to create a skeleton for job processing. Job description messages are fed into this skeleton to complement information needed for a specific job. After these messages are fed into the skeleton, changes in its structure can occur in order to accommodate the more specific needs.

A dynamic Web application model - This model is a high level model that allows running and controlling processes on a network of computers and not only on one server. It allows the easy creation of process definitions and GUI elements.

Web based content creation - This technology allows the users to create content from a remote location. The content is represented through an XML format, which is the future data format for use in both printing and over the Web. ProImage was the first company to provide an interactive WYSIWYG XML based editing system.