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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 a forum that allows comments and discussions to take place. If you follow t1financials.com.au oni twitter or facebook you can receive email notifications of new postings on t1financials.com.au.

Hi Jamie,

Wyndham City are looking to replace our Aged Care Services system and we are interested in finding out what systems the other Councils are using. We would also like to know what systems Councils are integrating their Aged Care Services system with.

Can you please forward my request for information to the Council members of the Finance 1 user group, asking that they e-mail me back the following information:

Aged Care Services system:

Payroll system:

Central Name & Address system:

Property & Rating system:Contact details for the main user/manager of the Aged Care system:

Many thanks,

Alana Taylor | Systems Accountant | Financial Services
45 Princes Hwy (PO Box 197) Werribee, Victoria 3030
t: 9742 0816 | ext: 1816 | alana.taylor@wyndham.vic.gov.au

 
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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 rolled over, the existing worksheet data from the first model was deleted. Fortunately we had copied our production database into a test environment two days earlier so were able to contain the damage to those worksheets modified during that two day period. By running transaction reports on our budget ledger restricted to records where Post Date was either of those two days we identified the accounts related to worksheets and contacted the people effected with the bad news.

We then re-created the exact same scenario with fresh models and ledgers in our test environment and confirmed this had actually happened and would happen again. Our version is 11.09.009.

TechnologyOne has advised this bug will be fixed in the Revision 11. The AR number is 285178.

 
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Melbourne User Group Meeting Notes September 20th, 2012

The Melbourne TechnologyOne User Group held a meeting on Thursday 20th, September at the Melbourne office of TechnologyOne. 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 and additional follow-up information including key points from the Tech one’s latest presentation on the progress of Ci2 will be published on this site in the coming days and weeks.

 
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Melbourne User Group Meeting

There will be a User Group Meeting at the Melbourne Offices of TechnologyOne this Thursday at 10:00am for a 10:30am start. Details of the meeting can be found in the User Group forum along with the agenda.

 
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Evolve Presentations

Published on July 26, 2012 by in Current

A few people have been asking about the Cloud Architecture and Deployment presentation provided at the TechnologyOne Evolve conference earlier this year.

Adrian DiMarco’s opening presentation “Transforming Business, Making Life Simple” is attached

Matt Deshon’s presentation is attached

Transforming Business Making Life Simple

Cloud Architecture and Deployment

 

 
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