Australia and New Zealand Timebanking
Timebanking is rolled out across Australia with over 70 communities in NSW, 6500 members and 30,000 hours traded.
On 10th March 2017 and 5th March 2015 Jnana launched new versions of the Timebanking software with new user-interfaces, features, improvements and refinements.
New Timebanking user-interface
On 24th April 2014 Jnana launched the first version of the new leading-edge Timebanking platform.
New Timebanking software at launch
In November 2013, Jnana signed a 5-year contract to develop and continually improve the software. It followed a successful trial in the Central Coast and Hunter Valley.
The project is run by the Department of Family and Community Services, NSW Government.
Mosman Park Hour Exchange
In August 2013, Jnana commenced a local timebanking project, www.mosmanparkhourexchange.com.au, with Town of Mosman Park, Perth, Western Australia. The website and software was successfully launched, training provided and adaptations made. The project is funded by the Government of Western Australia.
Hunter Valley and Central Coast Timebanking Trial
In October 2012, Jnana signed a 18-month contract with the NSW Government to provide the software and support for the Timebanking project, in the Central Coast and Hunter Valley in NSW. The website and software was successfully launched, training provided and adaptations made. Subsequently, Jnana developed and launched the Timebanking iPhone App and Android apps.
The trial was sponsored by the NSW Government and operated by Hunter Volunteer Centre and Volunteering Central Coast.