Welcome to TAGnet! You may notice that our website has changed a bit. The change reflects a series of changes that began with the acquisition of TAGnet by Hart Research Center in 2005.
TAGnet has undergone a series of dynamic changes over the past several years that resulted in a new direction for the ministry. After our acquisition by Hart Research Center, TAGnet narrowed its focus to the creation of a new cloud-based software platform for the Seventh-day Adventist church called netAdventist. NetAdventist was constructed with the idea of connecting church entities, individual churches and schools together in a way that would make the local church website "the watering hole." A sizeable and talented TAGnet programming staff authored Versions 1.0 and 2.0, and a significant number of churches and schools in North America adopted the platform.
As the platform matured, we combined customer feedback on the netAdventist platform with a host of new functionality we felt was necessary to include, and completely re-wrote the platform from scratch, with the goal of internationalizing the netAdventist software for use on a global scale. The result of that effort, netAdventist 3.0, was then gifted to the Seventh-day Adventist church. A new Office of Global Software and Technology was founded at the General Conference to receive the gift, and oversight of the software was officially transferred in October of 2007. In addition, a new company, netAserve, was formed by a number of former TAGnet employees to handle customer support and new software development for the netAdventist platform.
Today, netAdventist boasts over 30,000 users on 5 continents, and is available in the languages of English, Spanish, German, Italian, Finnish, with efforts ongoing to complete Portuguese, French and Icelandic. TAGnet, a supporting ministry of the Seventh-day Adventist church, is proud of its contribution to the world mission of the Seventh-day Adventist church through its gift of the netAdventist platform.