I'm a science fiction geek and I admit I liked Timeline - the book by Michael Crichton and the 2003 movie. Give me adventure, swords, a little romance, and some time travel and I'm hooked. Which is a problem for relational databases.
TejonDB takes the basic concepts of data auditing and modeling historical data and pushes it to the next level. To visualize the temporal data, TejonDB sports a graphical timeline of the object's type / status and region history. What's more, every Filter Element can search for current data, data at any time in the history of the object, or data for a specific date range. For us, data history is just a audit trail, deep in the database engine, TejonDB is a temporal (timeline) database.
Why did we go to such lengths? Because organizations are about relationships, and relationships are about history.