Software History and Release Notes

January 2021

  • Universal sensors are completed.

September 2020

  • Envisioning eventual Hybrid Work Environments encompassing employees working a combination of in office and at home, with an eventual Return to Office (RTO), StanData’s software is enhanced with hoteling, hotdesking and contact tracing functionality.

April 2020

  • Due to Covid-19 pandemic, BETA release is delayed, and work begins on Universal Sensor.

March 2020

  • USP BETA scheduled for release.

October 2019

  • USP Alpha is scheduled to be released at month end.

September 2019

  • Initial focus group feedback reports that USP effectively removes all barriers to entry.

August 2019

  • Due to market demand, development begins on Standata’s Universal Software Product. (USP)
  • While not directly connected and able to control the sit stand workstation, it can be used with 100% of all sit stand products.
  • USP is free.
  • USP data can still be aggregated in the company’s Enterprise Software Solution. (ESS)

July 2019

  • StanData’s Connected Software Solution (CSS) software can now be directly connected and control the sit stand workstations offered by 40 different desk manufacturers.
  • CSS is free however an upgrade kit will need to be purchased if the user does not own a LifeDesk®

June 2019

  • StanData’s data protocol, collection and interpretation are ratified by (The Validation Institute) a third party accreditation facility for Wellness software.

May 2019

  • The first Pilot Programs are launched within organizations. Metrics were analyzed over a 30 to 90-day period and results are tabulated for both individual users and group performance.
  • The results are even more telling as the team finds that creating group performance goals increases the level of user engagement by 50 percentage points.
  • The increased user engagement is identified as the “AT RISK EMPLOYEE POPULATION” within the organizations.

April 2019

  • As the data analytics commence on the quantitative and qualitative data collected is reviewed, StanData found a reduction in physical discomfort and breaks taken due to discomfort and increased engagement at work and perceived productivity as reported by users.
  • What was originally intended as a data collection and reporting mechanism starts to evolve into Wellness Software with proven results.

March 2019

  • StanData begins to collect meaningful data as it surpasses the 100,000 transaction milestone.

January 2019

  • StanData signs its first licensing agreement with SunLine Cubicle Solutions and begins to develop its third-party software solution.

September 2018

  • The Android version of the software is made available for download.

August 2018

  • The software is made available on an iOS connected device and the first downloads take place and connected to LifeDesk® sit-stand workstations.

May 2018

  • Sensing a larger potential market opportunity, StanData agrees to take on the software development and in exchange provide connected access to every LifeDesk product shipped.

April 2018

  • From that experience, while disappointing, turned out to be a useful one.
  • The LifeDesk® then wanted to know if there would be a way to apply the technology prototype that was presented to manage power consumption in a similar fashion to deliver an Enterprise Wide end user ROI analysis using their people and their data.

March 2018

  • The client ultimately opted to not move forward with the company wide installation of sit-stand workstations. They did state that based on what they learned through the process, The LifeDesk® would be the only unit that they would ever install going forward.

February 2018

  • The client reached out again and requested ROI information that would assist them in decision making upon which the team supplied them with a variety of case studies and reports.

January 2018

  • Due to budgetary constraints, the client choose not go forward with the installation of sit-stand workstations.

October 2017

  • A sample installation and software prototype were presented and ultimately approved by the state electrical inspector.


August 2017

  • A top US Financial Institution was interested in installing 3000 LifeDesk® sit-stand workstations for their corporate relocation
  • To install the units, the state’s electrical inspector was going to require the client to upgrade the power into the building due to the concern of a potential power surge in the event that all sit-stand workstations were powered up at the exact same interval.
  • A solution was proposed that would control the synchronous movement and lockout of the units based on rules set up by the client