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TechnologyOne Apps

Published on July 8, 2012 by in Featured

Inspired By Apple Apple pioneered ‘Apps’ as we know them when the first generation iPhone was released back in July 2008. By February 2011 10 billion apps had been downloaded from Apples Apps store,  and less than 18 months later the total is 30 billion and growing at an exponential rate.  Apps are a lot

 
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End of Year Checklists

One of the great strengths of the Technology One suite of modules is the logical design and flexibility. The system can cater for up to 60 financial periods which may start and finish on any date, though the vast majority of users operate 13 periods from July to June with Period 13 for End of

 
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The Future of Ci

Simplicity The new focus for Ci is Simplicity; doing more with less, getting better results more easily and with less effort. Iain Rouse, TechnologyOne Product Owner spoke of the company’s commitment to delivering on simplicity in forthcoming releases of the software. Mr Rouse presented employee ‘My Details’ screens featuring all the key information an employee

 
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The Accidental Superuser

Published on June 5, 2012 by in Featured

We’ve  recently upgraded from Version 11.7 to 11.9 (11.09.04.009).  In 11.7 we gave many users access to $F1.USR.PREF.MNT – User Settings (via menu $F1.USR.ENVIR.MNU) primarily to enable them to toggle between different security categories. In 11.9 this same function gives people access to creating, deleting and editing users. Thankfully we picked this issue up during our Testing

 
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Bugs, Hotfixes and ‘Known Errors’

Published on June 1, 2012 by in Featured

The ability to share information and report bugs is one of the major reasons for this website’s existence. It’s more than a little frustrating to spend ages trying to get something to work, only to ultimately learn the problem you’ve been trying to solve for the past three hours is a ‘known error’! These ‘known

 
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