History of TCPinpoint

2009

Kidwell Coordination, specialising in Tenancy Coordination, was founded by Rachel Kidwell.  Over the next 7 years hundreds of tenancies were coordinated across millions of dollars worth of development crystallizing the tenancy coordination process and enabling Rachel to develop a true understanding of retail Landlord pains and problems in the process of tenancy delivery.

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2016

TCPinpoint was founded by Rachel Kidwell.  Providing software as a service to retail and commercial Landlords and property managers to eliminate friction experienced in tenancy delivery.

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2016

TCPinpoint won the $50,000 Venture Catalyst grant from the University of South Australia and State Government

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2016

TCPinpoint was accepted in to the inaugural SouthStart Accelerate program for tech companies. www.southstart.co

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2017

TCPinpoint was granted a TechInSA grant with thanks to the Government of South Australia. www.techinsa.com.au

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2017

TCPinpoint is engaged by Ashe Morgan as our foundation partner to deliver the $150million redevelopment of Harbour Town Melbourne.  Now re-branded as The District Docklands, across the course of 12 months TCPinpoint issues 40,000 notifications, collates 4,000 documents and manages 3,500 tasks across 100 projects.

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2017

Rachel was accepted into the esteemed Springboard tech accelerator program.  The Springboard Enterprises Australia Accelerator provides women-led companies access to a suite of relevant experts and resources to assist them in building scalable, sustainable businesses.

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