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FEATURE RELEASE: K12 School Board Schedule 10 Reporting Improvements

Posted by Andrew Cheung on Dec 15, 2016 9:29:48 AM


We understand that reporting to the Ministry of Education is very important for K12 School Boards in Ontario, who are continuously looking for ways to improve upon their reporting process. That is why we are pleased to present new features that produce data in ministry format for Schedule 10 (10.1, 10.2, 10A, 10B) to help our clients improve their reporting to the Ministry. This new functionality will dramatically reduce the time, effort, and headache required to create reports for the Ministry. Schedule 10 is the first of an entire suite of Schedules that we plan on rolling out in this new format.

Here's what you need to know about Microsoft Dynamics 365

Posted by Andrew Cheung on Dec 12, 2016 3:11:40 PM


Ever since Microsoft announced Dynamics 365 back in November, there has been a flurry of initial reactions, analysis, and rumors in the absence of concrete information about the product in the early stages of this rollout. With all this noise, it’s easy to understand why there is confusion among those in our industry. Well, fear no more. This post will give you a basic understanding of Dynamics 365 so that you can navigate through all the information out there.

Worried about ACA Reporting? Here are 5 things you can do about it

Posted by Andrew Cheung on Oct 27, 2016 2:30:53 PM


When you think of the United States' Affordable Care Act (ACA), many things come to mind. Some see opportunity, while others see limitations. Some see benefits, while others see increased costs. Regardless of the opinion, the ACA has transformed the regulatory environment for many human service organizations, which means these organizations will need to equip themselves with the right tools to comply with these new policies.

3 Reasons Why Altus Finance Users Love Dimensions

Posted by Andrew Cheung on Oct 13, 2016 9:12:07 AM


An organization’s chart of accounts (COA) is crucial in organizing and analyzing all transactions, which is essential for your Finance Manager and ultimately important for your Finance department’s success. However, many organizations are inefficient and experience headaches with their COA. More specifically, many older systems have one line for an account code, which cannot be broken apart and analyzed separately.

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Buyer Beware: 5 Ways Your Scheduling Tool May Actually Be Making You Do More Work

Posted by Andrew Cheung on Sep 27, 2016 9:03:00 AM


As you may know, the world of employee scheduling is currently going through a digital revolution, which has brought with it a plethora of scheduling software solutions. While there are many stand-alone scheduling software solutions that claim to make scheduling easier, they may actually increase your workload instead of reduce it since these solutions are not connected to a comprehensive, integrated solution. 

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