systems@work Version 6.3

We’re excited to announce a major new version of time@work, including:

  • Timesheet submission and authorisation in the systems@work App
  • New definable ‘Implications’ that enable you automatically to derive one value from another in a Form, with the option to ‘teach’ the system such implications. For example: During the import of a credit card statement you might derive Expense Type from a commodity code, or, after using OCR to read a purchase invoice you might derive a Supplier Code from a Supplier Name.
  • Further transfers of desktop functions to the browser-based PSW, including Systems Parameters, Form Types and Timesheet Types

Version 6.3 of expense@work and time@work will be announced in the coming days.

Download Version 6.3 from the CustomerWeb

Install the systems@work 6.3 App from the App Store or from Google’s Play Store.

Note that very little now remains in the systems@work Maintenance desktop application apart from the definition of Profiles. In due course we intend to rename systems@work Maintenance as the systems@work Profile Manager and to recreate this as a separate browser-based application. 

What’s next?

Over the coming months we will work on extending the capabilities of Planning Profiles to enable workflow around the development of Project Plans, the option to save snapshots of plans as they change (and thereby report on their evolution, as well as on actuals against a baseline plan) plus some additional options to manage fixed price projects, such as the allocation of a single fixed fee across a resource plan. We also plan a revision and extension of Invoice Workflow, extensions to the rules for Project visibility based on matching Employee and Project analysis values, and many other new features.

< Back to blog