Townsley 2.0 Launched!

In 2015, Townsley 2.0 was launched… Read more about how this achievement was unlocked. Townsley 2.0 (aka Ben Townsley) initiated in 2001. Initially deployed as a Cadet Programmer, several upgrades were added over time, including Technical Support, Training, Application Development and Decision Making modules. After seven years of Beta testing as Chief Information Officer, Townsley […]

Expert Estimation: Genesis and Beyond

GLEN’S SOAPBOX – A history of Expert Estimation It’s been thirty years since the first Expert Estimation licence was sold. From a DOS-based product to the wild west of Windows and the internet, the software has come a long way. But in 2010 we recognised that a new iteration was needed – but it had […]

Pronamics: More Done, More Fun

In 2006, Pronamics moved out of our home office. After several years and despite the Global Financial Crisis, Pronamics planned for a more stable future and purchased an office at Brendale in 2010, which is our current home. Pronamics now has over a dozen core staff and is located at Brendale, on Brisbane’s northside. The […]

Pronamics Launched: 2001

In 2001, Pronamics was launched as a company! Expert Estimation was rewritten in Visual Object instead of DOS, and young Ben Townsley started working for the company. The name Pronamics comes from merging the words “project” and “dynamic”. If you consider that dynamic is a “process or system characterized by constant change, activity, or progress” […]

Expert Estimation: the Advent of Windows

GLEN’S SOAPBOX – A history of Expert Estimation It’s the thirtieth anniversary of Expert Estimation this year, and it’s made me reflect on the history of the product. As I mentioned last week the first version of the software was similar in structure to all other DOS based programs, but freed them to roam the […]

Expert Estimation: the Early Days

GLEN’S SOAPBOX – A history of Expert Estimation It’s been a while since I’ve reminisced on the origins of Expert Estimation, but it’s coming up to the thirtieth anniversary this November, so it’s made me reflect on how far we’ve come. When I started in an estimating department, all estimates were paper-based. That’s right, we […]