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New Product Release: Leave Manager X 2010

Posted on 12th November 2010

New Product Release We're pleased to announce the immediate availability of our next product to be launched in the 'X' range - Leave Manager X 2010.

This is another important release, adding lots of new functionality and web-enabled features to the Leave Manager product. In fact, as with our recently updated Timesheets X 2010, it's a complete web application and available as an online service, on-site installation or as a traditional client-server application, using software such as Lotus Notes.

Again, we've had some great feedback from our beta partners and have implemented nice new touches into the application.

We'll be publishing the new pages as soon as possible, so check back in a couple of weeks. It seems the technical team is able to code faster than we can write the website... although we're pretty busy there too, as were working hard on the next version of that too, so it's all go, go, go at basic right now.

In the meantime, many thanks to our beta partners on this application, your feedback is greatly appreciated.

Summary of New Features

Below are a few summary features;

Leave Manager for Lotus Notes & Domino provides clear Business benefits:

  • Check Holiday / Vacation allowance easily
  • Reduce administrative costs of time, productivity and labour
  • Reduce cycle times to approve holiday leave by tracking and managing all requests
  • Reduce / omit the need for manual delivery and request tracking
  • Monitor Holiday requests, by employee, department or company
  • Enable coordinated communication and collaboration
  • Improve employee relations
  • Improve holiday issues tracking.
  • How we can help

    Based in the East Midlands, in Nottingham, we have been writing Lotus Notes & Domino applications since version 3.

    We have helped many customers improve their business systems.

    We'd be delighted to talk about your needs and your requirements and to see how we can help.

    Get in touch.

    By Richard Smith

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