LOGIS now has the materials from the Active World Conference available to its Class users. The conference was held in San Diego on April 8 – 11 and sponsored by Active Network, the developers of Class. The conference provided an excellent opportunity to attend classes, meet with Active Network developers and support personnel face-to-face, and share ideas with other attendees. In particular, this conference provided a lot of information about “Active Net,” Active Network’s other major software system for Parks and Rec departments. Active Net is an Internet Browser based product that LOGIS and its Class users may be looking at a few years from now. The conference materials cover much of the information presented at the conference, including information about Active Net.
Training on the PIMS/cs application is always available for city staff at LOGIS. This is especially essential for new employees to spend a day at our training facility, learning the process and practices of the application. PIMS/cs offers a variety of different modules, which include: Business License, Code Enforcement, RPZ, and Septic, just to name a few. We can provide several training sessions that will fit the needs of the individual.
Please remember to take advantage of this service offered by LOGIS (at no additional cost) for new or existing city employees.
Version 2.02.02A was recently rolled out to all Property Data and Special Assessment members. This version contained more than 40 enhancements requested by members and some enhancements to maintain Minnesota Department of Revenue requirements. Release notes for this version were sent by email to all users and can also be found on the LOGIS intranet site.
Do you open the same form every time you log in to CIS Infinity? Why not add it to your Startup folder! Simply open the form, click the ‘Settings’ button in the toolbar and click ‘Add Form to Startup Folder’. Going forward, the form you have added to the Startup Folder will automatically load whenever you log in to CIS Infinity.
Want your searches to finish sooner? Move the criterion that results in the least ‘hits’ to the top of the list; for instance, ‘Collection Status equals Disconnected’ should precede ‘Account Status equals Active’.