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How often are you frustrated with paper Time-sheets?
Staff have to try to remember what they have done, how long it took and attempt to enter it correctly often a week or two later. Office Administrators are forced to attempt to decipher the entries and .....
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Five Benefits of Leaving Excel for a Sexier Database...
Excel has some good, even commendable attributes, but it falls flat when your entering big data. Big Data often needs to be examined or manipulated for a user’s specific outcome or perhaps you need to report on your data from across the world. If your storing more than one group of information and the information is somewhat related to each other... (Click below to read more on our Blog...)
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How efficient are your data capture and retrieval systems? While working with a Client recently, we have had the opportunity to work very closely on the layout of a particularly detailed screen. This screen displayed lots of information regarding the work our client needed to do for their Customer, with various address and contact fields plus status and other financial information.
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Traceability

Welcome to the first ProcessIT Newsletter for 2018. We trust you had some time for rest and recovery from a busy 2017 and are geared up for another great year ahead.

Traceability
With more and more government regulations requiring proof of origin, quality, ingredient suppliers or sources it seems timely to discuss Traceability.

We have helped several of our Clients implement partial and full Traceability, sometimes coupled with existing or new Quality Management Systems.

What is Traceability?
The Oxford Dictionary has two definitions:

Able to be found or discovered, and
Able to be followed on its course or to its origin.
The second is the key to our discussion as many types of production now need to prove the origins of their products and even where they end up!
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With Labour-Weekend rapidly approaching a discussion on Time Capture seems, er, “timely”!

Recently, we at ProcessIT have been asked to assist various Clients with capturing Staff and Workers Time. We have developed various solutions tailored to the specific needs of each Client, but in this article, we will focus on one; an Orchard Contracting Business.
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Disappointed!

Early this month I attended a presentation by Christopher Luxon – Air New Zealand’s Chief Executive Officer. This was a fascinating presentation and included a cool new Promotion video targeting Australians
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http://www.processit.co.nz/blog/2017/03/adding-value-to-your-product/

I recently attended an interesting presentation on “Adding Value To Your Product” by Dr Alister King -Matariki Programme Manager -focused on Regional Development. The following are some of my personal observations from his presentation coupled with my own personal observations and experience.
Many interesting insights were given including the observation that “Traditional” Management ...
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Merry Christmas and Best Wishes for 2017.

2016 has gone extremely fast and we at ProcessIT have had a very busy, exciting and productive year. We hope your year has been good too, but now it’s time for looking forward to celebrations, relaxing, holidays and planning for the 2017 year ahead.

An Exciting Year Ahead

A new year brings new opportunities for all. For us at ProcessIT, we are very encouraged by recent news from Microsoft; Microsoft ACCESS will now be included in all Office 365 Business plans! Why is this exciting you ask? Well Access is one of our primary development tools and for some years it was looking like Access was being ignored by Microsoft. Yes, there are other tools but few offer the speed, efficiency and flexibility of Access. Along with this news we also see Microsoft finally recommitting to Access with commitment to further enhance and support the product.

It was back in 2015 that it was looking like the end was approaching for Access. The “cloud first, mobile first” strategy, followed by the roll out of Office 365 business licences without Access looked like the end was coming for Access. Developers across the world screamed READ MORE...
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At a recent interview with a client we determined a need they had for a Purchasing system.

The Existing Process:

Staff needed to purchase additional materials for the current Job or Project. Currently Staff have a traditional “Order Book” They must take this book to the Supplier, then write up the Order with Supplier name and material details, then give a copy to the Supplier. They then go back to the place of work and give a second copy of the Order to the Office Administrator to enter in the Financial Accounting system. Then they can get back to work and use the newly purchased items to progress the Job.

The Problems:

The existing process is full of inefficiencies, these include;
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http://www.processit.co.nz/blog/2016/10/going-shopping/
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