Customising Themes via a Script
The finPOWER Connect Cloud theme can now be customised via a Script.
This allows different colours and/ or logos to be defined based on the signed in User, e.g., a Dealer or Broker-based theme.
HTML Widget Controls
Controls for HTML Widgets are now provided to make creating HTML Widgets easier and to provide functionality required to implement customisable forms in finPOWER Connect Cloud.
The Records View in finPOWER Connect Cloud
Records, such as Accounts and Clients, can be opened from many sources, e.g., via a Search, or a hyperlink on a summary page.
The "Records" view is where records are displayed and, as such, is where users will likely spend the majority of their time in finPOWER Connect Cloud.
Reporting in finPOWER Connect Cloud
The ability to run reports and export report data has been added to finPOWER Connect Cloud, our Web-based version of finPOWER Connect.
Tasks and Smart Lists in finPOWER Connect Cloud
The ability to view and manage tasks has been added to finPOWER Connect Cloud, our Web-based version of finPOWER Connect.
User Interface Enhancements and Customisations in finPOWER Connect Cloud
We are always looking at ways to enhance the finPOWER Connect Cloud user interface to provide the best possible experience on both desktop computers and mobile devices.
finPOWER Connect Cloud Customisation
finPOWER Connect Cloud is the Web-based version of finPOWER Connect.
It exited beta at the beginning of March 2017.
Business Layer Help Options
From finPOWER Connect version 2.03.00, Business Layer help is included with the finPOWER Connect installation. This means that the separate help file that was previously supplied is no longer required.
Business Layer help is always available from the Script code page, but the best enhancement is context sensitive help. It is now possible to directly access help for a specific method, function or object without having to search for it.
Commerce Commission media release – Mobile trader pleads guilty to disclosure failures in contracts
Mobile trader pleads guilty to disclosure failures in contracts
Mobile trader Best Buy Limited (Best Buy) has pled guilty to 16 charges relating to the operation of its door-to-door sales business in Auckland and smaller North Island towns.
The charges were filed under the Credit Contracts and Consumer Finance Act 2003 (CCCFA). Eleven charges (between 6 June 2015 and 28 April 2016) relate to failing to disclose the required information to its customers about their consumer credit contracts before the contract was entered into. Many of Best Buy’s consumer credit contracts failed to disclose important information such as an accurate statement of the amount or number of payments needed, an accurate statement of the debtor’s cancellation rights, and the right to apply for hardship relief.
Five charges (between 6 June 2015 and 31 October 2015) relate to a contract clause which was likely to mislead customers into thinking Best Buy had a right to repossess goods when it did not, failing to meet disclosure standards under the CCCFA.
Best Buy will be sentenced later this year.
To read more, go to The Commerce Commission website.
Secured Signing Largest Ever Upgrade to its Digital Signature Platform with Summer 2017 Release
Secured Signing continues to develop its digital signature and workflow platform with their Summer 2017 release, the largest ever package of new capabilities and enhancements, providing customers with an unmatched breadth and depth of capability for online signing.
Responding to engagement with its customers, Secured Signing, the preferred partner for e-Signature solutions, made their Summer 2017 release available to customers, delivering better control for administrators, new tools to include interested parties in the signing process and many enhancements to tailor fit the online signing workflow to business needs.
This release provides customers with more than 100 enhancements to the Secured Signing digital signature and workflow automation platform, all with a common theme of giving the customer finer control of how Secured Signing works for them. Significant new capabilities headline the release including an all new portal to better manage enterprise plans, including reviewers in the signing workflow, the ability to include additional notification and completion recipients in the signing process, configurable reminder schedules, expansion of the public forms library and the addition of an attachments library.