Originally the child check in time stamp was recording the date and time based on the user's local computer settings instead of the server. This poses a lot of challenges: 1.) churches could be in different time zones, 2.) the user’s computer is wrong, 3.) churches that cross time zones – which format to show? A better solution was implemented in which we always use the server time (at it’s own location) and adjust the time based on the user’s location when data is retrieved. The new time stamp is saved in Zulu time. Additionally, a data conversion was ran on all databases, to convert the existing data to the new Zulu format, taking into consideration the time zone the church at the time.