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Monthly Archives: July 2012
As you probably know we release software revisions on a rapid basis, following our lean agile methodology’s implementation of ‘small batch‘ theory. Typically this means a release a week or, allowing for public holidays and other productivity impacting activities, about … Continue reading
This week our focus has been on Builder and general platform changes. General platform news: We’ve updated some of the queries that drive Chronos, our time-sheets system, in readiness for extending an offer of beta testing it to customers. The … Continue reading
Another busy week with changes made to most user facing areas of the platform as detailed below. We’ve also introduced new help pages for end-users and developers, as well as a couple of new videos on our YouTube channel: Start … Continue reading
No major updates this week though there are a few interesting changes below… The new web site home page is live – it fits our values of clarity and simplicity, so we like it a lot. Also we have a … Continue reading
In this post we take a look at how intelligent use of cloud computing can deliver a value add architecture, rather than just an outsourced infrastructure risk. What is the ‘cloud’? The term ‘cloud’ is often used to mean a … Continue reading
In this article we’ll be taking a look at how self-service users and total integration of enterprise systems into a personal workplace can have dramatic benefits to the enterprise. Every enterprise has the same problems; complex business processes, a wide … Continue reading
We’ve been even more focused on platform usability this week, enhancing the user experience and help available within the platform. Help Features We believe that you should be able to use Sabisu without any training and we’re always looking to … Continue reading
How might we collaborate better? It’s a question that will never be answered; you can always co-operate or collaborate more effectively and every situation is different. Yet there are three areas we think should be considered but often aren’t: A … Continue reading