Asset Valuation Transformation Underway
Nigel Lynton has been charged with transforming Asset Valuation. After receiving the responses to the recent discussion document, his vision is a proactive system which tells the user when potential issues arise, and takes the user directly to the solution. The system will inform the user that, for instance, "This asset is due for its next valuation on..." or "These assets need this information before they can be assessed" and "You have ... number of assets which have never been valued. Would you like to value them now?"
Asset Valuation will be browser-based and usable on internet-capable devices.
Define Data Validation Rules for UDTs
Data Validation Rules help users add assets easily and accurately. You can define Data Validation Rules for your User Defined Tables so that, depending on whichever value is in one field, other fields are cleared, disabled, have default values, or may have only one of a group of values.
Learn about UDT Data Validation Rules here and then adding them here.
UDT Data Validation Rules are available in the current Beta version of RAMM. They are not currently available on Pocket RAMM.
RSL Office Hours Over the Holiday Period
Our offices will close from 12.00 pm Weds 24 December 2014 until 7.30 am Mon 12 January 2015. Phone and email support will be available during this time.
Submitica is Coming in January
The RCAs who use CAR Manager asked RSL to create a solution for Corridor Access Request (CAR) applicants to submit their applications to the RCAs. So we have created Submitica. It is in Beta until early January 2015. You can view it at www.submitica.co.nz
. RCAs should watch this
. (5:35) CAR Applicants should watch this
Please note that logins to Submitica will not be possible until its public release in January.
Welcome Portia to the Support Team
We are delighted to welcome Portia McLaughlan to the Support Team. She is pictured here on the right, with Nee Mackenzie on the left.
Initially Portia will focus on learning our CAR Manager/Submitica and Pocket RAMM applications. Portia recently moved to NZ from the UK. In her last role, she was an Applications Analyst for the London Borough of Camden Council, where she supported a variety of applications.
When not working, Portia enjoys all sports and is a keen Lacrosse player.