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From The Economist Espresso: Better you than me: driverless-car ethics. Who decides? https://espresso.economist.com/e327b1649d06bf74fceb4fe73f83bdba 

Posted on 25 Jun

Tim Sargent from JH Computers gives the thumbs up for Jiwa 7

Posted on 16 Oct

Jiwa Blog

11. 2017

What is a REST API’s raison d’être?

After last month’s blog about the release of Jiwa’s REST API, we thought that this month we would describe a little more about what a REST API is and what you can do with a REST API.
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11. 2017

The long-term rewards of scalable business management

If you’re a business owner who has let a scalable management system fall behind in favour of short-term cost savings, you’re not alone. Read More

10. 2017

Why the Jiwa 7 REST API is a game-changer

Representational state transfer (REST) or RESTful Application Programing Interface is a methodology that enables data to be extracted and inserted into databases from applications developed externally to the main software development project. It provides a means to interact with the Jiwa database and business logic via HTTP verbs, with the bulk of the service provided by a Jiwa plugin. Read More
10. 2017

Focus on Opportunities, not just efficiencies

2. 2017

Is Your Business Ready for BYOD?

These days a lot of small to medium sized Australian businesses have, or are looking at introducing, a set of Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) policies for employees.  With the widespread popularity of smartphones, tablets and iPads, it seems to make good sense to allow employees to use these personal devices to carry out their work. Read More

2. 2017

To cloud or not to cloud?

There's no doubt about it – cloud computing has advanced by leaps and bounds in recent years. Whereas just a few years ago a company might be seen as brave for moving from an on‑premise IT infrastructure to a cloud computing environment, today that's no longer the case. These days any small to medium-sized business owner could be excused for feeling as though they're behind the eight ball if they're not migrating their company's IT resources to the cloud. Or at least thinking about it.  Read More

11. 2016

How to get your people to use new technology

Whether it's an ERP solution, a CRM system or a mobile workforce application, the installation of a new piece of technology involves change.  Specifically, change in the way people do things.  The problem with change is that it is often not comfortable for people – in fact, it can be downright stressful.  What is comfortable is what's familiar, and what's familiar are the old methods for getting things done.  Read More

10. 2016

Tips for choosing the right ERP Consulting Partner

If you're looking to bring in external consultants to manage your next ERP project, it's critical that you select the right team for the job. Making the wrong choice could lead to budget blowouts, missed deadlines or an implementation that fails to deliver on its promises. So how do you go about ensuring that you've chosen well? Here are some tips to guide you. Read More

10. 2016

Seven signs you've outgrown your business accounting system

It may have been as long ago as 15 years. Or perhaps ten, or five. But at some point in the past, most likely when your business first set up operations, you invested in a business accounting software program. And what a wonderful piece of technology it was, allowing you to keep on top of all your business's financial operations. Read More
9. 2016

Know Your Numbers

For any business eager to achieve strong growth and stay ahead of the curve, fast access to high quality information is key. With the right data within easy reach, you will be able to make timely, well-informed business decisions and stay a step ahead of the competition. Read More
2. 2016

What is Inventory Turnover to you?

How would your employees respond if you asked them what Inventory Turnover means?  Inventory turnover is often a misunderstood term.   Let’s call it “Opportunity to Make a Profit”.  Without Inventory you don’t have the opportunity. Read More

12. 2015

Deciding how to add “new” stock items or lines

It takes a while to generate enough usage history on a newly stocked item to work out how much you should carry in stock.  Once you first stock an item it sells initially in a spike as your customers stock up then sales settle down. Read More

10. 2015

Where oh where has all our inventory gone?

Do you have salespeople who take sample products out of your warehouse without recording that they have taken them to show a customer?  They probably think that they are doing the right thing – it’s all about getting sales isn’t it.  Without sales nothing happens.  Fair enough, but your computer system doesn’t know that the item has been removed, the stock on hand and stock available isn’t adjusted for the stock in the salesman’s car.  The result is: Read More

9. 2015

Use Bin Locations and save a packet

Bin locations are used to designate where items of inventory are to be stored. They can represent a shelf, a pallet location, a storage area, or any other place where products are stored. Why are they important and how can they save you money? Read More

3. 2015

Jiwa Adds Inventory Attributes

Jiwa adds Attributes function to Inventory. Read More
10. 2014

Jiwa's view of the marketplace

Watch this video on Jiwa's view of the marketplace. Read More
10. 2014

Jiwa Mobile

Jiwa Mobility with Opmetrix Read More

9. 2014

Jiwa on a Powtoon

9. 2014

Where does Jiwa fit in the market?

Who is a Jiwa customer?  Where does Jiwa fit in the market? Read More

8. 2014

What does running out of stock mean to you?

How do you predict when you will run out of stock or more importantly how do you find out if you are going to run out of stock?  What if you could predict the exact day you were going to run out of stock and that date was a fortnight away?  You might actually be able to do something about it.  To do this you need to know the daily inventory sell thru rate & then you need to know the estimated delivery dates of each Purchase Order that you have on for stock purchases. Read More