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More Snow, Pi Revisited And The Death Of Starter Edition

Hasn't the weather once again challenged us

Deep snow hit again over the weekend, so I thought I would revisit the Pi for a while

When Garry saw the last Pi blog I did, he went out and brought a Pi case





What my altered iPod case did show was the relative size of the Pi

And after taking some stick for my tablecloth (Whats wrong with my tablecloth?)

I wanted to test with a standard Microsoft Desktop (Tablecloth Not Included)






 

 

 



Windows 2008 R2 Small



Disclaimer: No Tablecloths were harmed in the making of this blog



The breaking news over the weekend was the end of life of our Version 10 Starter Edition

Version 10 starter edition is dead, "Long live Version 10 Starter Editon"



The developer guys have been hard at work over the last 18 months and Version 10 is now an Enterprise product, and is being released as "Smart Client"

We will still support our current Version 10 Starter edition customers, however new customers will now get "Version 10 Smart Client".


Garry's blog explains this :-

TriSys Version 10 is now available as a 'smart client', which is downloadable and installable on a windows desktop computer, however all data is held in the cloud at either Amazon, Microsoft or Google. TriSys V10 Smart Client is highly integrated with Microsoft Office and performs very responsively, even where broadband speeds are mediocre. No web browser, security restrictions or complex add-ins are required. It just works.

That explains it in a nutshell.


For further information and videos on our "Version 10 Smart Client", see:- http://www.trisys.co.uk/

To download the trial version click here

To view the release notes click here

Were all excited at the features included in Version 10 Smart Client and we hope you will be too.

Paging Results In TriSys V10

Within the TriSys application where a user runs a Look up or Search for certain record types the information is returned as a list within a grid.  

The grids in TriSys are designed to return information a page at a time.  Paging is designed to speed up the return of results allowing a user to work with large data sets.  

In the top left of the results grid the user will see “Page X of Y” followed by the total number of records that match the criteria in the example shown below Page 1 of 12 is displayed with the first 50 rows, the total number records that match the criteria is 597.

The User can step forwards and backwards through the pages of the results using the forward and back arrows. 

On occasions a user requires the full data set in one page such as for mail merging everyone in one go.  NB: Normal e-mail protocol should still be followed to avoid getting reported as SPAM or blocked by e-mail servers.

To increase the number of rows per page from the Ribbon the user needs to go to Tools>User Options. 

Within the User Options select Grid Management click on the dropdown shown to select the number of rows per page that are returned in the results grid.

It is advisable to close TriSys and reopen it then rerun the Lookup or Search to populate the results grid again.  Having run the same search as earlier notice how the top right of the grid now shows “Page 1 or 1” with the same total of 597 records.

NB: Removing Paging when working with large datasets is likely to slow the speed at which the results are returned to the grid.

 

Starter Edition is now Smart Client

We are no longer offering TriSys V10 Starter Edition to new customers. Existing customers however will be able to continue to enjoy the starter edition and subscription prices have been frozen.

Starter edition was first released 18 months ago, and during that time we have continued innovating at a rapid pace and as a result, Version 10 is no longer an entry level recruitment software CRM application, rather it is a sophisticated and extremely powerful enterprise business system.

We recognise that in todays economy, the majority of startup recruitment agencies require a basic, rudimentary, easy to use, non-customisable and most importantly for them, a low cost recruitment system. Whilst the original TriSys starter edition fitted into this model very well indeed, the current offering is now too sophisticated and no longer matches the requirements of one or two man startup recruitment agencies.

Now that Version 10 has evolved into an enterprise capable product with a large and growing customer base demonstrating extensive return on investment (ROI), we are therefore going to focus on recruitment agencies which would most benefit from a comprehensive, powerful, scalable and highly customisable recruitment software system which addresses their sophisticated business model and helps them compete and win in their chosen area of specialisation.

We recognise that there are a small number of startup recruitment agencies who have the ambition and foresight to invest in a comprehensive recruitment system, and it is these customers together with those more established and successful recruitment agencies to which we wish to deliver TriSys Version 10 in future.

TriSys Version 10 is now available as a 'smart client', which is downloadable and installable on a windows desktop computer, however all data is held in the cloud at either Amazon, Microsoft or Google. TriSys V10 Smart Client is highly integrated with Microsoft Office and performs very responsively, even where broadband speeds are mediocre. No web browser, security restrictions or complex add-ins are required. It just works.

We will continue to deliver TriSys both on-premise and on-demand and will be working hard over the next few months to innovate in this space and deliver yet higher levels of customer service by way of both technology products, support and consultancy. In particular we will be offering Version 10 to our existing remote desktop customers via our new universal client access mechanism which will enable customers using Apple Mac, iOS, Android, Windows phone or Blackberry to access their TriSys system from any device in any location.

Please follow our progress on twitter or our V10 release notes in order to understand the amount of innovation we have engineered into V10 over the last 18 months.


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