Seeking Beta Testers

| November 17th, 2005 | ,

Intervals :: Web based Task & Time Management
Intervals :: Projects 

What’s the latest?
We are actively recruiting folks to participate in our Beta program. Since Intervals is “industry generic”, we decided to recruit a few companies to help us battle test and tune Intervals. 

How will the Beta program work?
The Beta program will begin the first quarter of 2006 (which is 44 days away – crazy). The program is limited to the first 50 qualified companies. We are looking to build a lasting relationship with our early adopters. Our Beta program participants get to use Intervals free for 3 months then 50% off for the next 9 months (1 year of Intervals use at a deep discount).

If you are looking for a 100% web-based system to help you track where your time is going and how long tasks are taking, we invite you to apply for the Intervals beta program. (Update: beta program closed in April 2006)

Example Uses

  • Web Design & Web Development 
  • Freelancers 
  • IT Service Companies 
  • Creative Firms 
  • Department of a Larger Company
  • Companies that rely on Subcontractors

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Intervals is online time, task and project management software built by and for web designers, developers and creatives.

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