Welcome to the January issue of Looking into Lucity! We hope you’ve all settled into this new year and are off to a great start! We’ve got some exciting things planned and can’t wait to continue sharing them with you here. If you have questions on any of this information, please let us know.
First Look >> Lucity Version 2017
Join Jonathan Semones, Documentation & Support Lead, as he shares highlights of Lucity’s upcoming release. This is a free webinar, but registration is required. The webinar is scheduled for Wednesday, February 22nd at 12:30pm CST. Continue reading
We know that understanding the unique relationship between your Lucity data and Crystal Reports truly brings the power of reporting to life. We’ve designed a two-day course for the Lucity Univercity to help intermediate to experienced Crystal users understand how this relationship works and how to manage web reporting.
This training is a presentation style class that is recommended for users who have experience working within the Lucity environment and have some previous experience with Crystal Reports. Continue reading
Part of our Lucity Univercity training offerings, this Lucity Bootcamp training course was one of the most popular we’ve offered…so many of you took advantage of the opportunity to brush up on your Lucity skills and even acquire new skills. We’re offering this course again this year, with a few added components.
This presentation-style class will cover the basics of using Lucity in the web environment and the mobile tablet environment. Continue reading
As part of this year’s Lucity Univercity series, the Lucity Admin course will be offered at a few cities this Spring. Designed for Lucity System Administrators and power users, this class will highlight creating dashboards, views and forms for web and mobile users as well as recent enhancements to the Lucity software. Continue reading
We’re so excited to have plans for 14 Regional User Group (RUG) meetings over the next several months! We’ll once again be sending Don Pinkston, Lucity President, on the road to visit each of our regions. This is such a unique opportunity for both Don and our users – he gets to hear directly from you what you love about Lucity today and what you’d like to see in Lucity’s future. And from a user’s perspective, you get a captive audience…one who is directly involved in software development direction and planning. Continue reading
Welcome to the December issue of Looking into Lucity! If you have questions on any of this information, please let us know.
The Lucity office will be closed Friday, December 22nd, and Monday, December 26th. We’ll also be closed on Monday, January 2nd. We wish all of you the happiest of holidays!!
Focus On >> Custom Report Sharing
One request that we have received many times is to provide a place for you to share your custom reports with each other. To fulfill this we’ve set up a new area in the Support Center to showcase custom reports. This area is visible when you are logged into the Support Center and is called “Custom Report Sharing”.
We think this is a great way to share ideas, and look for ways to accomplish your reporting goals. We would love for you to contribute to this section by sending us a report that you think others would benefit from or that you are proud of. Continue reading
Welcome to the November issue of Looking into Lucity! If you have questions on any of this information, please let us know.
Focus On >> The Lucity QA Dashboard
We’re excited to share with you our plans for a live webinar in December. We’ve asked longtime Lucity user and Client Advisory Board member Kevin Coons (Sr. Systems Analyst at the City of Wichita, KS) to be our guest presenter. Kevin will explore the QA dashboards that the City of Wichita, KS has set up for Lucity, what type of checks they have put in place and how they use them. We encourage you to submit ideas for QA dashboards/frames and we will go over execution of some of those submitted ideas as well. Continue reading