Kishau Rogers is the founder of Time Study and a serial technology entrepreneur with over twenty-three years of software engineering experience, specializing in using computer science and systems thinking principles to influence how we develop, build, grow and mature great ideas.
After building time intelligence modules for hospital systems throughout her career and the substantial advancements in data engineering, she envisioned a more holistic and progressive approach to time intelligence and Time Study was born. Many of the health systems Kishau has worked with became customers and adopted the software platform quickly with continued expansion to more hospitals.
Kishau is an award-winning entrepreneur and the recent recipient awards such as the NAWBO Wells Fargo STEM Award and the Lyn McDermid Community Impact award. She has been featured in national publications including the Wall Street Journal, Entrepreneur, NFIB, and JavaWorld for her technical expertise and entrepreneurial ventures. She is a passionate leader with extensive experience in software engineering and leading software development projects that require deep understanding of critical business drivers. In 2016, Kishau formed the startup Time Study to support enterprises wrestling with the issue of managing time and effort data.
“Time Study is an enterprise software provider with a mission to leverage emerging technology to innovate time reporting and to offer better business insights. The depth of business insights that can be captured with timesheet data is limited by the data collection instrument, the complexity of business requirements and workflow, and the accuracy of human recall. Our mission is to help you innovate how you collect, report and understand how time is spent. Also, people hate time sheets.”