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Melbourne User Group Meeting will be held on Thursday 26th September

Published on July 29, 2013 by in Current

The next Finance One Melbourne User Group Meeting will be held on Thursday 26th September (Grand Final week) at: TechnologyOne Level 6 420 St.Kilda Road Melbourne Victoria   Additional details to follow, suggestions for agenda items welcome and can be added as Comments on this post.

 
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Melbourne User Group Meeting Notes, March 21st, 2013

Published on May 1, 2013 by in Current

The Melbourne TechnologyOne User Group held a meeting on Thursday 21st March at the Melbourne office of Walter + Eliza Hall Institute in Parkville. It was a great meeting with plenty of news, information and networking occurring in a positive, productive setting. Notes from the meeting are available in the User Group Forum including key points from

 
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User Group Meeting Thu 21st March

The next Finance One Melbourne User Group Meeting will be held at: Walter + Eliza Hall Medical Institute 1G Royal Parade Parkville Victoria Arrive at 10:00am for a 10:30am start, the meeting normally conclude in the early afternoon after lunch, which is very kindly being provided by Walter Eliza Hall Medical Institute. Meeting Notes from

 
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Aged Care Systems

Published on January 10, 2013 by in Current

Alana Taylor from Wyndham has asked the user group what Aged Care Systems they currently have in use. This question is being emailed to the user group and also posted on t1financials.com.au. One of the many advantages of posting this information on t1financials.com.au is that all of us are able to access this information in

 
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Avoid the Disaster

We have two separate budget models relating to different entities that use the same budget worksheet and worksheet versions. We rolled over the first model and worksheet data, then at a much later date rolled the second (related to different accounts) over. We were shocked to discover that when the second model worksheet data was

 
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