Business Administrator is a business management system and issues on its use reach much further than the meaning of its commands.
Always bear in mind that Business Administrator holds your business archives: this means that proper use of the system is a pre-requisite, and this Information Centre is designed to help you achieve that.
This Information Centre has a number of sections to provide support from different view points...
|Installation and first use||provides information about issues with installing Business Administrator, how to install it, a description of use in the early moments, and a jet fly-past of the software.|
|Command support||provides information about each of the commands at manager level, and the implications of them.|
|Manager support||provides information on why the managers exist, what their objectives are and how to use them to drive your business|
|Core systems support||many systems within Business Administrator and vital to its running don't fit into the normal grouping of things - this section provides support and information on those items|
|Dialogue support||provides information on what each of the dialogues do and how best to use them|
|Business support ||provides discussions, best practices and examples of how to apply Business Administrator in the business world|
|Development forum||ways for you to request development through RFP submission (RFP = request for development) and ideas, as well as news on latest upgrade information.|
Quite often, you'll find that each of the sections overlap. We have deliberately provided ways to interconnect them so that you can get as much information as possible, as quickly as possible, and that you have the fastest route to making Business Administrator a successful tool in your business.
We hope you'll find all the information you want about Business Administrator and as effectively as possible. To help develop this, we provide feedback forms across the Information Centre, and would welcome your comments on the systems.