News

February 2015

T4Bi won a multi-year contract with the Department of Fisheries and Oceans to continue to provide development and support services for AQUIIS (Aquaculture Integrated Information System). AQUIIS supports the complete process of licence application, review and assessment, approval, renewal and amendment, along with associated processes for compliance monitoring, reporting (internal and public) and performance analysis for the Aquaculture Industry in British Columbia..

August 2014

With support from T4Bi Metropolitan Regional Information Systems Inc. (MRIS) has become the first multiple listing service to be certified to the latest data standards from the Real Estate Standards Organization, a nonprofit that aims to foster software innovation and improve efficiency in real estate transactions through data standardization. Background information…

March 2014

We’ve started work on version 6 of our KnowledgeFrame Model-Driven-Development (MDD) platform. We’re calling this Open KF. This version leverages UML models and OData services. We will support both Java and .NET as well as full web and mobile clients. Stay tuned!

December 2013

Keystone 4.1 went live. Keystone is the T4Bi developed ground breaking and industry leading Listing Management tool, the latest release included lots of state of the art productivity and usability features.

October 2013

T4Bi attended the RESO meeting in Salt Lake City, Utah.

October 2013

T4Bi was added to the PWGSC TBIPS and PSOnline registries of qualified vendors for the Canadian Federal Government.

September 2013

T4Bi was selected by the Provincial Ministry of Forests, Lands and Natural Resource Operations, for a project to enable cross sector Compliance Enforcement Harmonization

August 2013

We completed development of our cross platform mobile application for Compliance Inspections, integrated with SharePoint and Web Services for standalone and online data access. (That’s Android, MS Mobile and iOS.) Tablets are changing the way business is done!

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