Looking Into Lucity >> January’s Issue

This month we’re opening up our Community Forum to take suggestions directly from you for a video for the March edition of Looking into Lucity.  Voting will be open until the end of February, and we will produce a video based on whatever suggestion gets the most votes!  If you have an idea, or like someone else’s, head over to the Community Forum now to vote.

What’s New: Preview of Version 2015 >>>

As we gear up for the first version release of the new year, Lucity 2015, we wanted to highlight a few of the upcoming new features.  These are documented in our Preview of 2015 article in the Lucity Support Center.  Check out a few screencaps and descriptions of what you can expect with the next release!  We will be going more in depth into these functions in an upcoming video, but for now get a sneak peak of what’s coming!

Learning with Lucity: Lucity + Crystal Reports Training

As you likely know, Lucity uses Crystal Reports software to help you generate the reports and output you need. But we know there’s so much more you’d like to report on, and with a little training you’ll be ready to run. We’re offering two hands-on training courses that feature the Lucity + Crystal Reports relationship. These two-day courses, one for beginners and one for more advanced users, will be held consecutively at our Overland Park office from 8:30 to 4:30 each day. The Beginner course will be  Monday, March 30th and Tuesday, the 31st. The Advanced course will be Wednesday, April 1st and Thursday, April 2nd. Each course is $900, but if you register for both registration is $1,600. We’ll feed you breakfast and lunch, spend the day teaching you all you need to know about Crystal Reports, and send you home with training materials to keep you going. You will need to bring a laptop, but you don’t need anything special installed (we’ll handle that part). Be sure you take a look at our class goals and prerequisites before you register.  Space is limited!! Register now!

In Case You Missed It Last Month >>>

Have a suggestion for a topic you would like to see covered next month?  Let us know!

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