The reinvention of project management software for healthier creative businesses.

Streamtime Team

Our founder, Aaron, was sick to death of joyless, soul-sucking project management software that made users work hard and didn't give them anything in return.
In 2016, he took a start-up approach to rebooting the product... and a brand new Streamtime was born.

What is it anyway?

Project management software made for healthier creative businesses that employ humans, not robots. The biggest change is that we've stripped timesheets out and introduced To-Do Lists that auto-magically track time! 😲

How was it built?

By taking a back-to-basics, Silicon Valley-inspired approach. Working with creative agency, For The People before releasing a further 80 versions and counting, we documented the process... warts and all. See it below.

What's it look like?

Pretty damn sexy, if we do say so ourselves. We've won awards for branding, product design, service and even a much coveted Webby! But don't take our word for it – check out our features or download our high-res screenshots below.

Who can I talk to?

We're not big on the ol' PR agency pass-along. If you want to chat, you can contact our MD, Andy Wright. Or you can try and find our founder, Aaron Green somewhere in the New Zealand wilderness building his dream house.

2002
Location: New Zealand. Streamtime (then Streamline) launches as project management software that's customised for every client.
LOST makes its TV debut — MySpace launches — 20 customers
2006
Streamline is ... streamlined (see what we did there?) to a single, standardised product for all clients. You buy it in a box and install it on your computer.
Daniel Craig becomes 007 — Pixar releases Cars — 55 customers
2007
The Streamtime team go international with the opening of a Sydney office. Ranked 26th (261% growth rate) in the Deloitte/Unlimited Fastest Growing Technology Business.
Steve Jobs launches the iPhone — 110 customers
2008
Another office opens in London. On the other side of the world, Streamtime is named New Zealand's 8th fastest growing business.
Obama is elected President of the United States — Google launches Chrome browser — 400 customers
2011
With the launch of the iPad 2, Apple chooses Streamtime to be a featured app partner.
People start planking — Game of Thrones debuts— 520 customers
2013
Streamtime Web launches, making Streamtime one of the first project management products available in-browser, from anywhere.
Harlem Shake goes viral — 'FOMO' and 'selfie' added to the Oxford Dictionary — 874 customers
2016
With 1,000 teams and over 8,000 users on Streamtime, founder Aaron Green realises a radical change is needed to ensure his company continues to thrive... so he takes a startup approach to rebooting his brand and his product.
Beyonce drops 'Lemonade' — Pokemon Go launches — 1,061 companies on Streamtime
2018
Streamtime introduces and improves more features, making it one of the most recommended project management software companies online.
Over 1,000 teams on Streamtime and growing
2020
1,200 teams on Streamtime and growing.

"Life's a journey, and the one thing you don't do on a journey is stay in the one place, right?"
Peggy Blumquist, Fargo
Today...

Streamtime is used in 51 countries every day.

18

18 years of Studio Management
Software experience

1,200+

businesses using Streamtime to run their creative and counting

16

16 creative and product performance
awards won (and counting)

All our best bits ready to download – just for you.

The To Do Screen

Our award-winning To Do screen has rid the world of soul-destroying timesheets.
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Job Planning

Everything planned, tracked, quoted and invoiced at the touch of a button.
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Priorities

Yes we Kanban. Priorities is how creative people see Streamtime their way. 100% flexibility.
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The Team

We've amassed a team of talented humans to rival the best. Not a bad looking bunch too!
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The complete story of our reinvention. One glorious episode at a time.

Join Aaron up a tree, in the shower, on a plane, in Australia, in New Zealand, at his wits end, in celebration and every emotion in between. This story is a warts and all recap of bravery, courage and the necessity required to stay relevant and succeed as the competition multiplies every single day. Software, is indeed eating the world.