Dear customers, friends and business partners

First and foremost — thank you for the cooperation and your trust in TimePlan in 2019. A year when the company’s founder Henrik Baasch decided to pass on the baton and leave TimePlan’s further development to me.

A task I have approached with great humility, admiration and willingness to further develop the company. I have had the opportunity to meet several of you — and I have greatly appreciated your positive and honest feedback to ensure that we stay focused on what creates value for you.

At the same time, I have gained great respect for the deep competence and knowledge that is displayed by my colleagues which is essential to our solution. And I’ve gained respect for time!

We have made respecting your time our mission at TimePlan. Where we can help optimize, utilize and value your time, this is where our focus is and will continue to be.

Therefore, you will see that we intend to ensure that our solution is intuitive, innovative and open for integration. Time flies – and we fly along with it.

As you may have already heard, we are celebrating TimePlan’s 25th anniversary on 27 March, 2020. We hope that you have the time and wish to attend.

In keeping with tradition, we give our customers’ Christmas presents to charity.

This year, the Christmas donation goes to SOS Children’s Villages who works for vulnerable children internationally and Ønskeland (Wish Land) who supports vulnerable children locally in Northern Denmark.

We look forward to continuing our good and fruitful collaboration in 2020.

Wishing you Happy Holidays and Happy New Year on behalf of all of us at TimePlan Software,

Rex A. Clausager
CEO, TimePlan Software

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On the occasion of TimePlan’s 25th Anniversary, we have invited you to mini seminars and a reception on 27th March, 2020. But this day of celebration has now been postponed to Friday, 25th September, 2020 due to the corona virus in Denmark. We have been following the situation closely and as it has worsened, we […]