O’Neil Software, a provider of software solutions for records centers worldwide, has released Version 4.05 of its RS-SQL software, which includes several upgrades. The software is supported on Windows 8, and RSWeb.net is now supported on Internet Explorer 10.
In addition, several predefined queries have been added to the user grid related to Web-user settings. This feature helps automate searches and is designed to assist with the management of Web users by identifying which users have been assigned certain Web settings.
In Version 4.05, the customer-transmittal feature has been enhanced with user-defined columns functionality. Customer transmittal is used for adding data to existing records and ensuring important data is not modified during the import. With the user-defined columns function, customers can create simplified import formats with only the fields of data they wish to change.
The option to load lists from the file menu for quick additions to a work order was also added for customers who use the Documents feature. If a client sends a list of documents that need to be delivered, the option enables them to be added to the work order simply by loading the list. This function is available in the Document Query and Post dialog.
Additional changes include user access to sub-accounts for greater speed and efficiency and a new scheduling option.
“Change is inevitable,” said Ian Thomas, executive vice president of O’Neil. “But embrace it, and your entire record center can become more efficient and rise to new levels.”
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.