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Norwegian Data for the World

Time and Date AS is based in Stavanger, Norway. We are a team of more than 20 developers, designers, researchers, and journalists, operating timeanddate.com, the world's top-ranking website for time and time zones.

We provide high-quality data to more than a million daily users on our website. The same data fuels leading organizations in technology, logistics, and travel, as well as small and medium enterprises around the world.

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1998

Online since 1998
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1 million+

Daily users
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7,000 +

Holidays in database
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38

Time Zones listed

Authoritative source

The media regularly uses timeanddate.com as a source:
New York Times, CNN, BBC, Washington Post, USA Today.
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Reliable Data, Dedicated Research

Time and Date algorithms are based on work and data developed by the U.S. Naval Observatory and NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory. In other words: We are using data that has been used to send probes to other planets.

Our multilingual team of researchers manually controls the quality and accuracy of our data, while our algorithms calculate holiday dates years in advance. We research holidays around the world using primary sources such as government records, laws, and regulations.

Meet the team

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Meet Our Chief Engineer

Cato Auestad

As Backend Lead Developer, Cato Auestad is heading our API projects at Time and Date. Cato is a seasoned professional with over 15 years of experience as developer and systems architect.

Cato will be your point of contact, should you have any questions about your contract or technical difficulties. He and his team aim for consistent quality for all our API clients.