Tanda Blog: In the Media


Why we chose Fortitude Valley over Silicon Valley

14 June, 2015 Alex Ghiculescu

We loved Alan Downie’s recent piece on why Macropod kept their startup in Australia, it resonated well with similar conversations we’ve had at Tanda. We started Tanda because we wanted to make it easier for a bar we liked to pay their staff. 3 years on it’s great that we’ve been able to solve that […]


How to fuel your startup with Steve Baxter

11 June, 2015 Alex Ghiculescu

  Last week Tanda sat down for a chat with Steve Baxter. We talked about some issues that matter to Tanda, and similarly issues that matter to a lot of other startups out there. Here’s a few gems of wisdom Steve had to offer when you begin to consider how you’re going to keep your […]

‘Tanda rewarded for making timesheets sexy’ says Digital Brisbane

11 June, 2015 Jake Phillpot

Brisbane-based start-up Tanda may be young in business terms, just two years old and with an average employee age of 23, but its meteoric growth has been achieved in a number of ways. Initially it was the no-guts, no-glory approach by its four youthful directors, followed by the whole team’s obsessive client focus. And then […]


Close encounters of the client kind

20 May, 2015 Tasmin Trezise

In early May the team from Tanda were cordially invited to the recurring BiBs event – Brisbane Interactive Beers. BiBs exists for the start up and digital community in Brisbane to stay in the know and meet the right people. Each time a BiBs event happens, industry leaders and interesting people get to share some […]


Women, the Workforce and what Tanda uncovered

7 May, 2015 Nick Burge

Kelsey Stay is a Web Developer and Graphic Designer working at start­up company Cohort Solutions. Cohort Solutions helps international students get their affairs in order while remaining safe upon arrival to Australia. In 2014, she was selected to participate in the Startup Catalyst Tour, that sends 20 young tech entrepreneurs to the headquarters of Facebook, […]


Triumph for Tanda clients – and here’s the proof

1 May, 2015 Jake Phillpot

Tanda works to help your business succeed by taking the dramas and expense of time and attendance out of your equation. That’s why we love to celebrate when we see our clients are doing so well. Brisbane-based company The Print Bar has been with us for a long time now and came to us with […]


Different habits of male and female employees

23 April, 2015 Nick Burge

Women get to work on average a minute earlier than their male colleagues, though men stay back an average of five minutes more at the end of the day, according to new insights from Tanda… Continue to read the full story here. This article is about the 2015 event. Go to hack.tanda.co for 2016’s event […]


Tanda says customers are the best investors

21 April, 2015 Tasmin Trezise

Silicon Valley has glamorised capital raising to a point where the amount of money raised factors into how we measure a startup’s success. The greater the cash injection, the better the startup must be; the more likely they are going to be successful. But there are many startups that never raised a cent, are in […]


Tanda featured at Business Acumen Magazine

21 April, 2015 Jake Phillpot

Tanda, the Australian company that has developed globally successful cloud-based time and attendance systems, is hosting its inaugural Brisbane Open Data Hackathon event on April 17 and 18. Tanda is hosting the Hackathon at its Brisbane headquarters in celebration of the milestone in reaching the 300 client level in Australia alone. That client list impressively […]


Five Reasons Why Brisbane is Australia’s Best City for Startups

28 May, 2014 Tasmin Trezise

Since we’ve started flogging time and attendance software at Tanda, our team has bought over 40 airline tickets across Australia. We’ve been to every capital city and done business at hundreds of locations all around Australia. One thing really hit home: Brisbane is the best place to be a startup. Read the full article at StartupSmart.com […]