Our Vice President and COO, Jim Graham, just posted this message to the Lucity team on our intranet. It speaks volumes, and really touches on our corporate values and goals. I thought it was definitely worth sharing to offer a little insight (and maybe inspiration?) to you, our users. Enjoy!
I’ve listened to a radio commentator this week explore the notion of “where there is comfort, there is no growth” and considered it within the context of our company. We have indeed reached a point where we have created (and enjoy) “comfort zones”, but continuing to operate within those confines can stifle our growth. Continue reading
Here’s what we shared this month:
ACT 2014 >>>
We’re quickly inching closer and closer to Lucity’s Annual Conference & Training (ACT). We’re making final adjustments to the agenda and getting everything together to head to San Diego. We’re looking forward to reconnecting with many of you who have attended in the past, and can’t wait to meet you first-timers! For the latest agenda and registration information, visit act.lucity.com.
Taking a Closer Look >>>
Does your organization have multiple departments that use Lucity Work? You may be interested in how to secure these records by department using security settings tied to individual categories. This month, Account Executive Andrea Fowles goes over Category Level Security, now available for work orders and requests.
Focus On >>>
Part two of our ongoing series on Lucity GIS Tools covers the GIS Desktop Analyst Tools. Jason Swain, GIS Support Specialist, will be going over the tools available to GIS Desktop users. These tools include basic functionality like work order creation or relationship views, to more advanced inspection rating and work frequency analysis tools.
In Case You Missed It Last Month >>>
Have a suggestion for a topic you would like to see covered next month? Let us know!
Our second release for 2014, called Lucity 2014r2, is now available for download from our new and improved support center. Our summer release is always feature-packed, and this year is no different. This release includes: Continue reading
A new Lucity Mobile update (Version 1.30) for iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch is now available.
Some of the new features available in this version are:
- GPS positioning enhancements including a heading GPS mode for the map
- Press and hold the Save button on forms to save and close the form to return to the grid
- Use a two finger swipe to page through records in grids and forms
- Clearer designation of required fields
- New warning prompts for deleting records and leaving a form without saving changes