Time drivers maybe as simple as dates that have an effect on the project or product. For example, if your competitor has stated they will release their product on July 1, then that TIME is DRIVING your completion date and ready to go to market. Look into conversations concerning Project Management.
Anything that drives the time component of a project. It could be self-imposed, such as finishing a paint job in 3 days, for no other reason than the fact that it could be done, or finishing the paint job in 3 days because we have a client who will use the room, hence another contract drives the time.
@RB_AC time drivers are those factors that affect your project timeline so you will be forced to release the final product (earlier) or (later after the final deadline). This is a field related term not a common daily phrase.
Both are "grammatically" correct. In everyday spoken English, people are likely to prefer "that" over "which". "Which" is more formal and smells of formal written language. However, most speakers would have left out "which" or "that" I in that sentence. In addition, I feel that "lent" is more natural than "had lent" in that sentence.
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