Posts Tagged ‘Console’

Highlights from the Autumn Release Webinar

Autumn Release Webinar

We’ve released so many exciting new features this season in Console Cloud. If you missed our Autumn Release Webinar, (or even if you didn’t), we launched a number of powerful features our customers have been waiting for. There’s a new tenant selection workflow, bulk email and SMS, online document storage and filing, better forms integration,…

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Seven things you may not know about Console’s new homepage

Console New Homepage

Noticed anything different about our homepage? If you visited our homepage recently, you may have noticed a few changes. Can’t pinpoint what they are? Here is an insider’s guide as to what’s so special about Console’s new homepage. 1. You’ve come a long way, baby. Our website is *completely* different to what you saw 12…

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One of us: Matthew Wilson

One of us Matthew Wilson

Fast facts Job title: Business Development Manager. Time with Console: 18 months. Potato Scallop or potato cake: Scallop. Is that a real question? Last book you read: Richard Branson’s biography, Losing my Virginity. That’s the real name of the book. Sacred sports team: Sydney FC! About Matt Wilson Matt Wilson grew up in the eastern…

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Cloud software explained, in plain English

cloud computing Cloud software explained in plain english

Still foggy on what cloud computing actually means? Here’s the definitive guide to what it means to be in the cloud, and why it’s such a big deal. Cloud software is… Cloud software is any software that lives on the internet. Instead of downloading a copy of a program (as you might with say, Microsoft…

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Does your property management software comply with trust laws?

Console Cloud property management software complies with trust accounting laws in Australia

There are questions you should ask of your cloud-based property management software—ones that might not be answered by the specs sheet or product description. The big one is, ‘Does this software comply with the trust accounting laws of my State or Territory?’ If the answer is ‘I’m not sure’, that probably means it isn’t. And…

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