Intervals Launch Covered by Santa Barbara Newspress

Michael Payne | June 26th, 2006 | ,

Santa Barbara Newspress – Filing Cabinet
June 13, 2006 8:03 AM

Local Web development company Pelago has launched a new Web-based service it dubbed Intervals, which continues the trend of “software as a service” — moving applications off your computer and onto the Web (where other people worry about the technical stuff and update the programs more often than most of us would).

Designed to help freelancers and small businesses track tasks and time, “we originally developed it to make our own business more efficient,” writes project manager Michael Payne, “and got a lot of requests to turn it into a product, so we re-developed it.” Take a look at

Pelago, by the way, has offices on East Montecito Street near Milpas and has been around since 2000.

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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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Jennifer is the Director of Quality and Efficiency at Pelago. Her blog posts are based largely on her experience working with teams to improve harmony and productivity. Jennifer is a cat person.
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Michael is a co-founder and product architect at Pelago. His contributions stem from experiences managing the development process behind web sites and web-based applications such as Intervals. Michael drives a 1990 Volkswagen Carat with a rebuilt 2.4 liter engine from GoWesty.
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