History

Crosscape Technology Ltd was formed in 1997 as a non-profit company with the aim of enabling ministries to use technology and to enable staff to have time to be involved in ministry. David Miller initially consulted commercially through the company, providing IT support to missions between contracts. In 2002 he began supporting misisons full-time through Crosscape.

In 1997 David also attended ICCM www.iccm.org for the first time, and heard about the Interactive Task Force (ITF) of the AD2000 movement. In Australia he was encouraged by the AD2000 Australian leaders to form an Australian ITF network. In 1998 ITF became ICTA (the International Christian Technologists' Association) www.icat.net, under the leadership of Pete Holzmann. In fact it was announced at the Australian AD2000 conference in Canberra in 1998 while Pete was visiting. ITF-AU became the Australian Chapter of ICTA. Since then Crosscape has become the Australian affiliate for ICTA.

In 2000 and 2001 Crosscape facilitated the ICCM-AU conferences in Melbourne.

In 2004 (?) David visited FEBC in the Philippines to conduct a requirements analysis for a project there.

In January 2006 the first short term team travelled to Thailand, fixing computers at conferences and offices. The Missions Interlink NSW IT Network was initiated.

In February 2007 David visited Indonesia, Singapore and Thailand, again supporting a conference, and organised the first ICCM Asia in Chiang Mai. Together with MCSI and other missions, Crosscape organised the Christian IT Conference in Sydney in May 2007.