Izak Myburgh spent the last thirty years designing time and attendance clocking systems. He was the founding member of TRI Superdata, which was formed in 1993. TRI Superdata manufactured electronic clocking terminals, which were distributed to Africa, Europe, New Zealand and Australia.
Izak was an Electronics Engineer. He studied at Wits Technicon, the University of South Africa (UNISA) and later completed a Masters Degree course in Electronics Engineering at the University of Microchip in 1997. He received an MSc degree from the Rochville University in the USA a year later in recognition for research journals he published on, amongst other, microwave antenna design and biometric clocking systems.
Izak was an elected member of the South African Institute for Electrical Engineers (SAIEE), and served on a number of steering committees for the Tshwane University of Technology for the establishing Curricula for their electronic courses. He was also appointed by the Pretoria University to judge research journals on electronic research projects, produced by postgraduate students.
The original SuperTime software was designed and co-authored by Izak. He also designed and co-authored the new re-engineered SuperTime+ software.