We continue our series of articles about the upcoming new release of TCC v3 with a subject that could be more technical and less exciting… thats software infrastructure, programming languages and web technologies!
I can hear you go “BOOOO…”!!! already so I will not go into the technical details at all, I will just give you 3 exciting outcomes you will feel as a result of all the magic our technical team is doing in the background.
This one is easy. When you click around doing something in your current system, each click will load a page. Like for example if you want to read your clients log: you click on Clients tab, Client’s name, Client log… that’s 3 clicks.
Now each time you click, for the system to do it’s work in the background and present you with that information your requested today it takes an average of 2.5 seconds per click.
Each time you click something, you wait 2.5 seconds.
That’s not so much right? It’s perfectly acceptable and we want to improve it.
Soooo… the same clicks in V3 will take…. drumroll…. 0.5 seconds.
That’s 5 TIMES the speed!!!
2. TIME WE SAVE YOU
So now we know V3 is going to save you 2 SECONDS of YOUR LIFE each time you click your mouse.
We’re geeks so let’s play math!
2 seconds x 30 clicks each day x 365 days/year = 6.08 hours each year!
V3 will save you 6 HOURS each year. [[APPLAUSE]] [[ CROWD CHEERING ]]
3. FUTURE UPGRADES
To do these performance upgrades what we did is redo the whole thing. We threw everything in the trash can, and started fresh.
We kept the things we learned in the 10 years we’re doing this and we applied the latest technologies.
It was a tough call and a huge effort of several people on the team working around the clock for a year and a lot $$$ invested.
But here’s catch: we are a company who invests in the future. In the software world the future is only a few years away. What we design today, is obsolete or at least old news in 5 years.
These new investments in the future ensure that we are able to keep or system current with the latest technologies and continue to improve it for you.
I can’t wait to write a similar article like this 5 years from now and I would love for you to read it.