This issue covers the exciting new products & features which have been released in Cabinet Vision Version 5. The research and development of the Cabinet Vision modules allows companies to take it “step by step” allowing your software investment to grow as your business needs change. This issue also offers a sneak peek into the proposed features for Cabnetware 8.3. You can find out more information on all of our products at our new look website www.au.planit.com

Louise Clarke...Editor.

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What module is right for you?

With the release of Version 5, Cabinet Vision now comes in the following different modules so that you can choose the product that is right for you.

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Version 5 Features

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Cabnetware News

Planit has started internal beta testing for the next version of Cabnetware 8.3.

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Software Update Program

With the release of Version 5, Planit has released a new system for software updates.

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Additional Keys

With the release of Version 5, Planit has modified the pricing for Additional Keys. Customers now have the choice of purchasing keys for their core product only or with added S2M functionality.

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Customer Care

With the introduction of Planit’s Software Update Program (updates/E Support/ point releases), we have introduced a new name for support, Customer Care.

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Planit Promotions

Did you know that you can control all your purchasing, know what backorders are outstanding, compare your orders to suppliers invoices and then approve for payment?

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Information Seminars

Planit is committed to building relationships with people in the woodworking industry.

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Planit sponsors CMA Awards

The annual CMA Awards held on Friday 28th August 2009 was a huge success with entertainment provided by Daryl Cotton and Wendy Stapleton. The MC for the evening was John Blackman who pulled out some funny gags from the Hey Hey days.

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Planit Customers meet at Airlie Beach Qld

More than thirty Planit customers from as far away as Cairns, Toowoomba and Brisbane converged on the Whitsunday’s haven of Airlie Beach on the 7th and 8th of September 2009 for a Business Dinner and Showcase Seminar. All functions and accommodation overlooked the Abel Point Marina with most staying at Peninsula Airlie Beach and sharing some of the best apartments they had ever seen.

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AWFS Las Vegas

In July this year Dean and Graham took the opportunity to attend AWFS in Las Vegas. Given that it was the first trip to the US for Dean and Graham, Steve Cugley thought it would be wise to make a last minute trip across the Pacific to ensure Las Vegas was ready for them!

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Planit Family

Rebecca our youngest member turns 21

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 New Cabinet Vision Version 5,taking it step by step.

Cabinet Vision software from leading supplier Planit has been released in a new range of modules.

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Cabinet maker’s bold leap brings “unbelievable” productivity gains

Manny Koum, proprietor of McKinnon Cabinets, had never used a computer before when he made the bold jump into computer-aided design and manufacturing at his Darwin factory.

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NZ cabinet makers race ahead of the adoption curve with purpose-built management software

New Zealand cabinet making companies are getting great results from comprehensive management software that allows them to quote accurately, track jobs through the factory and integrate with existing design software.

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Insuring Planit Licenses

OAMPS Insurance Brokers was formed in 1976 and was originally Oil Agents Mutual Provident Society.  At that time OAMPS sourced a better insurance deal for fuel distributors around Australia and have used that same approach to develop targeted insurance deals to over 100 industry associations, Planit clients are one of the most recent deals they have created.

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Explanation of Codes

For CV or CW customers, the activation of program features and modules are controlled by ‘Codes’. These codes consist of 3 groups of 8 alpha/numerical characters. They are individually coded to match your key burn name and the products you have purchased, this includes versions and ancillary products. Post codes contain 4 alpha characters to provide activation to a machine post. These are matched to the key name and post name. You need a separate post code for each different machine and for each different key name you have.

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Frequently asked Questions

Why are my codes expiring?

Why have I only got temporary codes with my new goods?

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Tips & Tricks - Cabinet Vision

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Tips & Tricks - Cabnetware

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Tips & Tricks - NC Centre

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