Kinetic Information Systems specialises in software that delivers business transformation. For over a decade, Kinetic has built an unrivalled reputation working with Australian organisations in both the public and private sectors.
Combining extensive technical expertise with broad market knowledge, Kinetic works with customers to deliver quantifiable business value by streamlining processes, reducing operational cost and improving decision making through data visualisation.
Using market leading solutions including Business Intelligence (BI), Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP), and Spend Control from partners Qlikview, Greentree and Proactis, Kinetic combines a proven implementation methodology with unrivalled service and support to deliver rapid and effective business change.
Some of the best organisations I work with are driven by employee, and indeed, customer engagement.
Providing data discovery platforms for your employees, and in some cases your customers, using products such as Qlikview, builds a culture of trust and transparency and avoids emotional chaos.
Earlier this week I visited an AFL club, which is a business like any other.
The club’s success relies on proper team engagement so that everyone knows what they should be doing to make sure the team delivers results. After all, the revenue of the club depends on its success on the pitch.
It has been a busy period of implementations in the Community Housing space with three sites going live the first week of July 2014.
A stressful time for our clients and consultancy staff you would think!
Today I’m highlighting the Regional Housing team, who worked hard to ensure we met the July launch of their Greentree ERP software solution. Here is a picture of team going live:
Many of you will have read a previous blog about the terrific attitude a community housing company have had towards their Greentree ERP project.
We are pleased to announce that we can now reveal they are Coast to Country and have successfully gone live on Tuesday, 1 July 2014.
They are thinking about making it a public holiday in future and calling it Greentree day