TrackingTime is a collaborative, cloud-based time tracking service that helps businesses of any size manage their projects, track working times and measure productivity. The company was founded in 2012 by Eric Tulle, Diego Wyllie and Leonardo Custer and received seed capital from Enzyme VC, one of the top VC firms in Latin America. It is incorporated in the US and has offices in Buenos Aires and Munich. TrackingTime’s mission is to empower companies to effectively manage their most valuable asset: time.
Eric studied Arts at the National Arts Academy in Buenos Aires and became a great painter. Almost 10 years ago he went digital and never looked back. As a real artist, Eric always ships. No excuses. As co-founder and executive director at Estado Digital, a full service internet agency based in Buenos Aires, Eric has successfully managed hundreds of projects for all kind of clients. Delivering on time and budget has always been one of his obsessions. That’s why he came up with the idea of building Tracking Time a few years ago.
As a software developer and tech journalist, Diego spends a great deal of his time writing — either code for web and mobile applications or articles for leading tech magazines in Germany such as Computerwoche, t3n and TechChannel. He obtained a Bachelor’s degree in Information Systems from Technische Universität München. Diego has a great deal of practical experience in the design and implementation of software solutions. Prior to co-founding TrackingTime he worked as an independent software consultant in many international projects.
After living in Belgium for 7 years, Leo moved to Buenos Aires and obtained a degree in Business Administration from the University of Buenos Aires. He loves Excel sheets and is in charge for the financial success of the company. Prior to co-founding TrackingTime Leo worked side by side with Eric at Estado Digital, growing the agency from a little three guys’ shop to a profitable business that now employs around 20 people and serves big clients such as Santander Rio.