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Brexit and TASBooks/FirstBooks – what updates to expect

It goes without saying that everything you’re about to read should be taken with a large pinch of salt. The situation is fluid (to say the least) and until we know exactly what will be required of businesses that import and export, we can’t say for certain that there will not be changes a little […]

Christmas 2019 – Support Availability

It’s Christmas. Again. If we hear the letters M, T or D one more time… We know that some of you will be working over the Festive period and will no doubt uncover a variety of bugs, glitches, hiccups and quandaries that, well, quite frankly, should not be there. With that in mind, you’ll want […]

New Release of TASLink/TASFlex SDK for TASBooks

  This morning we shipped a new release (v2.16.6) for the SDK for TASBooks (known as TASLink to developers, TASFlex to end-users) and it is now available for download. The main change is a new installation/setup program. Until now, you have had to install System Integration Manager (SIM), then use it to install and configure the SDK. […]

Christmas 2016 Opening Hours

We will close at 12pm on 23rd December 26th and 27th December are Bank Holidays so we will be shut on those days too Between 28th December and New Year we will still be answering emails and responding to support calls so if you need assistance please phone the normal numbers Please leave a voice-mail and […]

Christmas 2015 Opening Hours

The office (including phones) will close at 12pm on Christmas Eve Christmas Day and 28th December are Bank Holidays so the office and phones will be shut on those days too We won’t be in the office between 28th December and New Year HOWEVER we will still be answering emails and support calls so if you need assistance please […]

Back to Back Ordering – Customer Projects Showcase #2

The second solution in this series was for a customer who specialises in motors in the conveyor industry. Our customer wanted to reduce the amount of time spent processing orders. Their purchase orders were more or less a copy of their sales orders. So, typed in by hand, entry was work duplicated. So we designed and developed […]