We'd like to welcome you to an exciting 2009 here at SysAid CSS. We have loads of fresh new projects and developments in the works, so get ready for more hot releases and useful updates coming your way in the year ahead.
First up, some good news. Two months after the launch of the SysAid CSS, we're pleased to offer you our latest development, the new SysAid CSS Relation Mapper, available in both Free and Pro editions.
The SysAid CSS Relation Mapper is a powerful means of storing an unlimited number of service elements like contracts, services, catalog items and key relationships that exist between them. Of course, you know your business best. That's why items and relationships in the Relation Mapper are fully customizable to suit your individual business environment.
We've all heard the old saying, a picture is worth a thousand words.
Here at SysAid CSS, we've taken that idea and turned it into a reality. Use the Relation Mapper to view significant interconnections and relations at a glance via our new and intuitive graphic format. The Relation Mapper is accessible from different screens in the CSS, so you can keep sight of the bigger picture while attending to the details.
Here are just a few other examples of what you can do:
As a distinct advantage of our on-demand hosting service, the new module has already been installed in your CSS and is now ready for you to enjoy. Your Contacts, Accounts and CSS users have automatically been imported into the Relation Mapper, and our quick reference guide is available on our Documentation page so you can get started right away. Try it out for yourself.
Log in to your account from here, using the 'Login' button in the top right hand corner. Don't forget that our Quick Guides are there to help you maximize the new benefits of SysAid CSS.
We'd also like to point out that this latest development was the result of the insightful feedback we received from our valued SysAiders, which is a key factor in our development process. We're constantly on the lookout for new and innovative ways to refine our product and improve your SysAid CSS experience, so please keep the comments rolling in. We're always keen to hear your thoughts.
Wishing you a happy and prosperous 2009.