New Version 6.2 of time@work and expense@work released
October 2019 – LLP Group resells and implements systems@work products and we’re glad to announce a major new release Version 6.2 of time@work, expense@work and forms@work.
systems@work mobile App
Optical Character Recognition (OCR) is now available for transaction date, gross value, currency, VAT value and vendor
Activity Analysis columns in Forms may be renamed
An Activity Analysis value can be ‘copied down’ from a header value to rows
Activity Analysis values copied from Employee, Client, Project and Task records may optionally be prefilled in a Form
Tooltips and explanatory notes may be created for reports
Multiple Invoicing is available in the PSW
Invoice Allocation, including an option to split invoices to allocate a partial value, is available in the PSW
Template creation remains, for the moment, as a function only in systems@work Maintenance, but we hope to provide this as an option in systems@work 6.2.2
Open From and Open To dates are available on User records
Further records can now be maintained in the PSW – Additional Ledgers, Data Access Categories, Data Access Values, Data Access Control, Archives, Allocation Levels, Workbench Parameters, PSW Portal, Invoice Types, Approval Status Definition, Approval Status Values, Export Sequences,
Task Scheduler maintenance is available in the PSW
Drilldown to Cross Rates from Currencies
Improvements in the Selection Tool – search simultaneously by Code and Name, with immediate search on typing
Options available in the PSW have been withdrawn from systems@work Maintenance.
If this discourages you from upgrading please contact your supplier.
In some circumstances we are able to restore access to functions removed
from systems@work Maintenance.
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