Service Release 3 is now available after many months of preparation and testing. The list below itemises the more significant enhancements, Options and Brand additions that have been made to this market-leading product. What is not shown is the extensive list of minor changes to the product, which are all designed to make it easier to use. This is a major release and we look forward to our Customers’ feedback.
New Version Control with Print Preview
This release enables the Permissions Option to be supplied to network users. The option allows administrators to set up groups of personnel, each with many members each with many permissions down to document section level. This is a very versatile approach designed with organisations running more than one department where the sharing of information and the ability to 'edit' and 'read' specified information needs to be controlled. This option is available for an additional license payment.
This release enables the Maintenance Brand to be supplied to any user. The option allows users to set up and manage the Building Centre Trust’s model Maintenance Manual + Health & Safety File. An additional KnowledgeBase is incorporated to support the new brand and is based on the Trust’s documentation that is provided under license from them. This brand is available for an additional license payment.
To further enhance these important developments, we are also announcing two New Options for users:
Please call for pricing and availability of these Options.
We are introducing new opportunities for our customers to qualify for free training sessions on our CDM ToolKit 2000 product. These are associated with Customer referrals.
We understand the importance of referral business and are keen do more to reward those Customers who successfully help us promote the CDM ToolKit to new organisations. During year 2000, we will provide a free of charge place on a CDM ToolKit 2000 training course for every license sold through a customer referral. Network licenses for, say, 5 users will qualify for an equal number of places (in this case 5). All training under the above offers will be carried out at our Leighton Buzzard offices.
We hope you can take part in this promotion and, provided you are a customer, ask you to call us to see how you can qualify for your free place.
The latest seminar in Edinburgh follows on the heels of several other successful events at this prestigious location. Hosted by the Property Services Department, the Seminar at 1400 on Monday, 29th November 1999 is open to external attendees and will include a demonstration of the new CDM ToolKit 2000. In-house training sessions follow on next morning and anyone interested in these events should contact us as soon as possible to check availability.
We are hoping to arrange a number of regional seminars in the first quarter of year 2000. If you are able to attend or host one of these please contact us so that we can include you in our plans.
Our next User Forum will be on 30th March 2000. Please put the date in your diary now!