Intervals Launched Today

| June 3rd, 2006 | ,

After a successful three month beta program, Intervals is officially live.

Download the Intervals Launch Press Release (PDF | 75k)

The feedback we have received from our beta testers has been very positive and we are excited to start working on the next round of features.

“We really love this system. We’ve tested others but this one is several heads above all the others.”

— Birgitte Rasine, CEO, Lucita

 

“Providing accurate estimates is one of the most difficult parts of project management. Intervals is helping me understand where I spend my time and how much time it REALLY takes to do my daily work. This understanding is translating into realistic time commitments to my clients , and that means I get to sleep more.”

— Forest Carlisle, Principal, Nitorix

Intervals will be changing, evolving and growing here in the next few months…we still have a healthy “to do” list.

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John is a co-founder, web designer and developer at Pelago. His blog posts are inspired by everyday encounters with designers, developers, creatives and small businesses in general. John is an avid reader and road cyclist.
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