O’Neil Software, a provider of software solutions for records centers worldwide, has added more features to its RS-SQL Version 4.04 software.
RSMobile Processing is now available as a Windows service, ensuring processing takes place continuously regardless if a user is logged in. Previously, processing had to be initiated at a workstation. Now it can run continuously in the background. The service is configured to start up automatically any time the server is rebooted, without user intervention. Users can view RSMobile Processing from the services console on a computer or server. They can also stop or restart the service if necessary, as well as confirm the service is set to auto-start.
The RSMobile Processing Monitor allows users to view the status of processing and counts from any computer in the network on which it is installed. Users can launch the monitor, see the status of processing, and determine if they’re using the new service or the traditional method. Even if users choose not to use RSMobile Processing, they can install and use the monitor to ensure processing is being completed.
Another new feature is an invoice report that breaks down charges to the sub-account level. Using RS-SQL Reporting Services, the system will gather the detail generated during the invoice creation or reprint process and present the user with a formatted PDF report. This report also includes a summary of the sub-account costs, a detailed section for each sub-account, and how the charges were calculated and distributed. Invoices will print as usual, however, detail information will also be generated.
“Technology is an extremely important element of business. Not only does it provide multiple ways of communicating with customers and enhancing service, it automates many of the processes involved in running a business,” said Ian Thomas, executive vice president of O'Neil. “With the application of technology, critical and time-consuming processes can be executed with ease and in less time. It reduces the work burden and delivers speed, audit and accuracy improvements.”
O’Neil serves more than 1,000 records centers in more than 80 countries, ranging from start-ups to multi-national companies. In addition to software, the company specializes in barcode tracking, portable printers, wireless handhelds and Web technology.