Sydney, Australia – Tuesday, 22 August 2017
Leading Australian enterprise resource planning software developers Happen Business are proud to announce the newest software release, Jim2 Business Engine Version 4.1.
Jim2 Business Engine is a complete business management software system used by hundreds of sales, service and manufacturing companies across Australia, New Zealand and Papua New Guinea to manage every aspect of their business workflow.
The latest release, Version 4.1, packs a punch with several milestone features that sees greater access for businesses to connect with staff across multiple locations and enhanced tools to easily collaborate in office and on the road.
Paul Berger, Managing Director at Happen Business says, “We are committed to keeping our clients at the forefront of their industries by matching Jim2 Business Engine capabilities to market needs. Our in-house team of developers are constantly working to refine existing functionality and add exciting new features in each release.
“We are excited to announce Jim2 v4.1 is now Cloud enabled and available across multiple devices, with many ‘under the hood’ changes specifically designed to enhance usage within Cloud and On-Premises environments.”
New features to Jim2 v4.1 include:
New Jim2.Cloud that bundles Jim2 software licencing (client and mobile app), system maintenance and data storage into a convenient monthly subscription package. Customers have the option to choose the traditional on premises or latest cloud deployment of Jim2.
New functionality to publish and lock down Jim2 Lists to other users, helping businesses to standardise workflow across teams and multiple devices.
New Project templates which are purpose built for Managed Services customers, enabling businesses to streamline the project creation process within Jim2, to quickly set up their popular recurring services using a range of templates behind the scenes.
New web-based Jim2 Help File gives customers immediate access to the latest education materials that unpin the powerful ERP package. The Help File is regularly updated to ensure customers have a valuable resource at their fingertips, in addition to email and phone support.
New clean, flat Jim2 look featuring new splash screens, login screens and colourful skin modes.
Enhanced search tools, grouping capability and navigation tools thru ought Jim2 to quickly find key information from lists, the comments grid, email folders and more.
Added functionality that enables users to bulk email customers & key contacts from a Job, Project or CardFile list within Jim2. This addition combines email templates and specific contacts to easily get need-to-know information to specific customer groups.
New spell check and auto-correct features added to many key text areas in Jim2, such as email composer, comments fields, and the Jim2 workspace to ensure niggly typos aren’t a feature on invoices, statements and emails to customers.
Additional server backup options - including daily, daily with hourly log, or weekly options.
Stock list lookup, default currency and display price levels added to Jim2 Mobile to better inform staff on the road.
And much more.
Availability Existing customers have been personally invited to read the release notes and upgrade to the latest version immediately. Software upgrades are free to current users of Jim2 Business Engine. Businesses interested in seeing this release in action are invited to book an obligation-free online demonstration via http://www.happen.biz/AboutHappen/BookinaDemo.aspx
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About Happen Business Happen Business was established in 2001 to fill a growing need in the market for a comprehensive accounting and business workflow software solution. The company rapidly established a strong following for its Jim2 Business Engine software, and now has an extensive customer base across Australasia, in diverse industries such as office equipment, importing, distribution, computer sales and service, specialised retailing and manufacturing. For more detailed information, please visit www.happen.biz
Happen Business are the creators of leading ERP/Accounting software package, Jim2 Business Engine.
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