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Makeover for Workflow Max Mobile

Xero (the owners of Workflow Max are fans of Apple products, so It’s not surprising that the recently released app works on Apple devices only.

Choices for mobile workers have been limited to a stripped down mobile website, or a third party app like Actual.

The new app is beautiful as you would expect from Xero, and it covers the basics well including adding time, providing job […]

By |February 3rd, 2016|Categories: Review, Workflow Max|Tags: , |0 Comments

Windows 10 – What’s New via Sway

By |November 17th, 2015|Categories: Windows 10|Tags: |0 Comments

Upgrading to Office 2016 – What Project and Visio users need to know

Office 2016 which comes with Office 365 is great, and has some excellent new features. However there is a catch for people that may also have a copy of Project or Visio that is not part of Office 365 (ie and “old school” licence was purchased).  The trap is you can’t run both Office 206 which is part of Office 365 and an older version […]

By |November 17th, 2015|Categories: Office 365|0 Comments

Ripped Orange Courses in Queenstown

We are thrilled to announce that Ripped Orange have formed a partnership with Southern Institute of Technology (SIT) in Queenstown for the delivery of Ripped Orange Courses.

SIT have offered their successful Computer Snacks Course to Queenstown Business for many years.  Ripped Orange have partnered to provide courseware, exercises and lesson plans for the courses that are delivered by SIT.

This means organisations with staff based in […]

By |February 3rd, 2015|Categories: News|0 Comments

Training on a Super Yacht

At Ripped Orange we helped organisations across New Zealand get the most from their software systems. While doing this we have trained in some great locations, including:

Gold Mines
Coal Mines
Lime Mines
Gyms
Abattoirs
Prisons
Dairy Factories

Last week we moved from land based training to on the water training.  We were lucky enough to provide some personalised one on one coaching on board the MV Alucia, when she visited Auckland. She […]

By |February 3rd, 2015|Categories: News|0 Comments

Juice Review – Office for iPad

Last month Microsoft announced Office for iPad. This had been rumoured for some time, however there was a lot of speculation that Microsoft were holding off to avoid cannibalising sales of their Surface tablet. Perhaps with the change in CEO at Microsoft it was time for a fresh approach, however realistically the product will have been in development for some time.

At Ripped Orange we have […]

By |February 3rd, 2015|Categories: Apple iPhone, Review|0 Comments

Juice Tip – Setting up a domain name

This blog is designed to provide your with the information to register your own domain name and the steps your will need to make to register it.

What is a domain name?

A domain name is a unique global web address that people enter to visit your website or send an email.  E.g. www.rippedorange.co.nz is the web address and info@rippedorange.co.nz .  Is the email address.

In this case […]

By |February 3rd, 2015|Categories: News|Tags: |0 Comments

Apples and Oranges

At Ripped Orange we think Oranges and Apples go together nicely.  Many others do also, in fact it’s one of the most popular fruit drinks.

Our focus is helping organisations with their digital literacy needs, may they be complex ERP systems, analysing a spreadsheet or navigating the world of social media.

To help our clients Ripped Orange has joined the Apple Consultants Network, with a focus on […]

By |February 3rd, 2015|Categories: News|Tags: |0 Comments

City Care Makes Use of Smart Templates

Business Overview:

City Care is a leading provider of construction, maintenance and management services across New Zealand’s infrastructure and amenity assets, employing over 1,350 staff across 16 operational branches throughout the North and South Islands. Established in 1999, City Care has an annual turnover of approximately $354 million.  City Care is a Council Controlled Trading Organisation (CCTO) operating under the Local Government Act.

Business Issue:

Each year City Care responds […]

By |February 3rd, 2015|Categories: Case Study, Smart Tempaltes|Tags: , , |0 Comments

Clouds are rolling in on the farm

As Published in Rural News

Last month Xero released its plans for the farming sector at their annual Xero conference. Xero are the software darling of the NZX, with a share price that has been growing faster than the price of irrigated land in Mid Canterbury.

To date, Xero has not provided much for farmers, instead focusing on small to medium businesses, of which 250,000 use their […]

By |February 3rd, 2015|Categories: News|0 Comments