TimeView is the convenient way to save time and stop waiting in line. TimeView’s web and mobile applications allow users to search, find and add their name to wait lists at restaurants remotely, and then arrive when their tables are ready. The apps are free, viewing wait times are free, and of course you can add your name at the restaurant location and see your name on the wait list for free. TimeView charges a $.99 convenience fee to add your name remotely.
TimeView is currently available on the iPhone, Android and the web, and is coming soon to Blackberry and Windows Phone 7. TimeView is launching in the San Francisco bay area. Please check back for information on future service for other metropolitan areas.
Everything we do at TimeView is built around our Core Beliefs:
- We believe that waiting in line is a waste of your time.
- We believe that our technology can be used to reduce your wasted time, reduce your stress, and give you the freedom to live your life as you choose.
- We believe that security and privacy are key rights for everyone who uses our services, and we are dedicated to protecting the security and privacy of our users’ data.
- We believe that TimeView’s users should play a key role in the development of our products, and we encourage people to interact with our development team by providing suggestions and feedback that will make our products more useful. We look forward to hearing from you!
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Tim Robinson is the co-founder and CEO of TimeView. Previously, Tim founded BioPay, the biometric payments company sold to Pay By Touch in 2006. He has extensive experience in biometric, credit card, debit card and check processing transactions. He founded CheckAGAIN, a business focused on recovering merchants’ returned checks via the ACH payment network; Credit-Link, Inc., a credit card sales organization; and Merchant-Link, a technical support business for restaurant point-of-sale equipment. Tim was also the owner and president of ArJay Data, the largest independent processor of SCAN check authorization transactions. He was a member of NACHA’s Electronic Check Council.
Tim attended Georgetown University, while beginning his entrepreneurial career. Tim is a cyclist, sailor, kite-boarder and world traveller, who enjoys not waiting in line with his family at his local restaurants.
Executive Vice President
Brad Schildt is the co-founder and Executive Vice President of TimeView. Brad co-founded BioPay with Tim, directed BioPay’s strategic planning and operations until the time of the sale to Pay By Touch, and then worked on integrating BioPay and Pay By Touch’s operations. Prior to BioPay, he launched CheckAGAIN with Tim and managed its development and operations. Prior to CheckAGAIN, Brad was instrumental in the start-up ACS Merchant Services (now TransFirst), where he created and managed the customer service, technical support, and POS Debit departments of the credit card acquiring business. He also held various management roles at The Bank of Boulder in risk management, product development and customer service. Brad was a former member of NACHA’s Electronic Check Council and VISA and MasterCard’s debit product operations committees.
Brad holds a B.A. in Economics from Middlebury College, and spent four years post college working nights in restaurants, while rock climbing, skiing and traveling. His spare time now is spent training for and racing in triathlons.
Manager of Merchant Services
David Deutsch joined the TimeView team as Manager of Merchant Services in 2010. A native of Vancouver, BC, he previously worked for the Trade Commissioner Service at the Canadian Consulate in San Francisco. While organizing and attending networking events for Canada based start-up companies in the Silicon Valley, he discovered his interest in entrepreneurial culture, and was fortunate to have joined TimeView during its development stage.
While earning his BA from Western Washington University, he swam competitively for the college team and studied Canada-U.S. relations, Economics, and Political Science. David enjoys surfing, snowboarding, and is an avid musician, spending much of his free time writing and recording his own compositions. David’s travels throughout Southeast Asia and Latin America have lent to his appreciation for exotic foods, and he now finds himself constantly exploring the Bay Area for unique dining experiences.
Ricki Dorman joined the TimeView team as an Account Executive in 2011. Previously she worked as Pastry Cook at Tyler Florence’s Wayfare Tavern in San Francisco, where she gained firsthand knowledge of restaurants from the inside out. She is passionate about everything food and loves to follow the latest food trends and discover new restaurants. She wants to make the dining experience better for everyone through TimeView.
Ricki grew up in the Bay Area. She graduated from UCLA with a BA in History with a concentration in Southeast Asian History. After graduation, her love of travel and food brought her to Thailand where she lived for a year teaching English to kindergartners. She traveled throughout Asia experimenting with different cuisines.