• Dublin Airport Ltd
  • AMaT
  • Sika
  • Eggbase
  • Heathrow logo
  • Catch Up
  • Entrust logo
  • Coniston Corporate logo
  • Mobility Connect
  • Edge of the World
  • Dove Nest logo
  • Helen O'Grady logo
  • Retro Co
  • eatsleepthink
  • Colchester Borough Council

Because everything we build is bespoke, you might not see exactly what you need. If that’s the case please get in touch. We'd be happy to discuss how we can help you to take the first step to cutting costs and growing beyond all expectations.

What our customers say

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We badly needed a new system that would streamline our processes, allow us more time to grow the business and most of all enhance what we offer our clients.

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Philip Bolger, Platinum Services Manager

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AMaT is intuitive and perfectly aligned with our processes. Our clinical colleagues are queuing up to use it.

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Steve O'Brien, Associate Director Quality, LTHTr

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The attention to detail from Meantime is very satisfying, they're logical, they're thorough and I can't speak highly enough of them.

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Anne Fleck, Eggbase Ltd.

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The software will pay for itself in a short period of time.

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Karima Khandker, Retail Academy Manager, Heathrow Airports Ltd. (BAA)

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Many of our labour-intensive manual office processes have been automated very successfully, thanks to Meantime

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Julie Lawes, Catch Up® Director

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We haven't had a single second of downtime since Meantime's bespoke software was implemented.

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Ian Brindley, Entrust Social Care

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Meantime has offered us an exceptional and innovative service allowing our business to grow beyond all expectations.

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Paul Reilly, managing director, Coniston Corporate Ltd

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Meantime were efficient and friendly, and their system solution has saved us time and money.

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Louise Livesey, Managing Director, Mobility Connect

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Meantime have answered all questions and implemented changes quickly and efficiently. Together we’ve been able to create fantastic system

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N. Fairhurst Website Manager

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Meantime’s bespoke business software has made us much more efficient as a company.

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Dave Moore, chairman, Dove Nest

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The main factors for the excellent relationship we now enjoy with Meantime is their flexible approach and promptness in dealing with any enquiries by us.

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Nigel le Page, licensor, Helen O'Grady Drama Academy

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Working with Meantime is so easy. They get the point straight away from the briefest of instructions and I hardly need to be involved.

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Chris Leaning, managing director, Retro Co

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One of the smoothest collaboration projects we’ve ever had, and it’s a credit to Fenner and the team

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Mike Marshall, eatsleepthink Design Limited

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The system has streamlined back office tasks, customers can raise requests online and these are automatically issued to the right staff

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Cassandra Clements, Community Zones Group Manager, Colchester Borough Council

About Meantime

When Fenner Pearson started Meantime in 2004 he did so because he believed the one-size-fits-all approach wasn’t good enough. He believed that if a business has a unique selling point, then it needs a unique approach. He believed software is built around people, adapted to their needs.

Bespoke software can change as you grow.

Nearly fifteen years later, and with a close-knit team based in the beautiful Cumbrian countryside, we keep it personal. We don’t hire casual teams. We don’t change account managers and we don’t ever stop supporting you. That means we grow with you.

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Back in the late nineties when Meantime was just a ‘hobby company’, our first proper project was an e-commerce site for The Roofbox Company. This would have been in 1997, when we had no recourse to an online relational database and, if I recall correctly, did everything with perl scrips and cgi-bins!

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