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New KOBAS Features! v2013.9 Out Now…

By Neil Mukerji |

My my, hasn’t September crept up on us quickly! At least for now the sun is still shining, and we’re very much still making hay.

Much of our efforts in August have surrounded our EPoS system, which deserves a separate blog post, but we have still managed to evolve KOBAS Cloud nicely. Headline new features:

Daily Tasks
We’ve implemented a whole host of improvements here, mainly surrounding the various logs that form the backbone of your asset and issue tracking.

  • Incident logs – Any incidents that have been logged can be viewed and any documents attached can be seen and downloaded.
  • Health and Safety logs – Any incidents that have been logged can be viewed and any documents attached can be seen and downloaded.
  • Shift Logs – All the in-shift tasks that are carried out can be viewed. Logs details time and date and by whom and also whether it had been completed.
  • There are calendar views for all the logs above.
  • Closing Tasks – Additional cash bags can now be added to cash logs.

Much much more!
In addition to the above this release contains over 60 minor updates. Many of these are just small bug and stability items, but there are a few highlights below:

  • Closing Tasks – Additional cash bags can now be added to cash logs.
  • New reports – Holiday Status, Labour Exchanges, Sales Week Breakdown.
  • Rota Break times can now be added to Rota templates and rota creation from template to get better indication of overall labour and costs.
  • Two New Starter Tasks have been added: we now support notes surrounding any accommodation supplier by the employer, and better ID & Right to Work information storage.

About Neil Mukerji

Neil is responsible for the sustained growth of the business and for keeping our technology super-keen. Prior to joining Kobas, Neil has over a decade of experience running an online marketing platform, and before that engineered solutions for the MoD. He loves working in growing software companies and he loves the hospitality industry – what a combo!