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The Tardis

Our story

Back when Windows was young, IBM still built PC operating systems, and Oracle didn’t race yachts, the then team took a look at this bold new world of client server windows and crafted a software solution they called Tardis.

The Tardis, just like it’s name sake, was designed for time capture. The guys had come up with the idea that if they built some cool software that had a relational database for fast reporting, ran on windows and enabled everyone to enter their time, then they had truly tamed time. Unfortunately the good folks at the BBC took a different view and decided that the Tardis was a thing of fiction and they damn well owned it and no, we couldn’t use it.

Undeterred and with the aid of several bottles of thought accelerant the team changed the name to Time Disciple. Apparently there were other names that didn’t leave the cutting room floor.

Time Disciple

The launch

Time Disciple was immediately picked up by a bunch of forward thinking organizations who understood the need for total time capture, powerful reporting and the ability to interface to existing systems. Over time, Time Disciple became a core product: for local and central government departments; for architects and other organisations recording and invoicing time and costs; for organisations requiring inter departmental or workgroup/portfolio time allocations and for any organisation who wanted a way to monitor employee, contractor or non human resources (e.g. meeting rooms) time apportionment.

The years passed, time was recorded, and life was good. There were rumours about the intraweb and how it was the next big thing. Larry decided yachts were cool, Steven reinvented the Walkman and then cunningly whacked an aerial in it and all the cool kids thought he was hip.



Time passed again until, one day, the team said - you know there might be might be something in this whole Web/Cloud/Rich Internet/Software as a Service/smart phone thing. Because some of the team were still standing, they ripped back in time and grabbed the best ideas from the past. They then took all that knowledge to the bright but not so young things at Rad3. Renamed as ProjectPartner, the application was released encompassing all the modern technologies of the day.

More time passed and, in 2020, ProjectPartner was substantially rebuilt yet again, this time in the front end visual development tools of the day.

ProjectPartner has now reached version 7 and:

  • supports all versions of SQL Server
  • supports all common web browsers
  • integrates with other systems from SAP through to Xero
  • includes a sophisticated system to handle the various ways to invoice for time and/or expenses/costs
  • is very easy to use via it’s visual intuitive interface(s)

Why not try ProjectPartner for yourself?

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