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Posted 18 days ago by Matt R.
Here's the latest integrations and developer resources for ConcourseConnect: Android Appshttps://play.google.com/apps/publish Apple iOS Apps, Push Notificationshttp://developer.apple.com Authorize.Net Credit Card Payment ... [More] Processinghttp://developer.authorize.net Chargify Subscription and Recurring Billing Integrationhttps://www.chargify.com ETouches Event Integrationhttps://www.etouches.com Facebook Login for web and mobilehttp://developers.facebook.com Google Analyticshttps://analytics.google.com Google DoubleClick for Publishershttps://www.google.com/dfp [Less]
Posted about 1 month ago by Matt R.
This is the first feature roundup so this will mostly be a list of improvements and changes to ConcourseConnect over the past few months. Upgrades are continuously rolled out to customers as development items are completed, features are tested, and ... [More] issues resolved. Upgrades typically occur with a specific customer site and then the feature is rolled out gradually to others. What's new in Connect? Badges have been integrated with the search engine to filter results by badges New data directories can be added via the Admin module; each receives a data-driven/dynamic landing page with portlets for showing profiles, searching and adding new data More widgets and modules have been updated with the Zurb Foundation UI More UI Buttons and Icons use FontAwesome The user list can be exported to Excel for analysis Added INR and CHF currencies Profile custom data and Profile user-related [Less]
Posted 3 months ago by Matt R.
The ConcourseConnect User API includes RESTful methods intended for 3rd party applications to authenticate as a guest or registered user and interact with aspects of the ConcourseConnect back-end. The API is full-featured and allows users to register ... [More] and manage their user accounts all through the API without the need to use the web site. Registrations do grant the user access to both the API and ConcourseConnect web site. API use requires a developer key obtained from the site owner. Most applications will require further back-end configuration. Content configuration and management is mostly done via the web site. The developer can use JSON or XML and requests are either GET or POST methods. At last count there were 50 API end-points, though there are likely more now. You can find the latest documentation at the ConcourseConnect production information site. [Less]
Posted almost 2 years ago by Matt R.
Understanding your community is an important function of community management. The ConcourseConnect platform provides several capabilities to learn more about your community and interact with users: The Management Console is an extra plug-in to ... [More] ConcourseConnect which synchronizes user and collaboration space information; at-a-glance graphs show new registrations per week and the number and types of collaboration spaces being created; the Management Console is also used for batch importing and emailing of users, among other administrative functionality "Community Stats" within ConcourseConnect shows user totals and frequency of logins, as well as total collaboration spaces and frequency of activity; the Community Stats module is extendable so future widgets will be added Raw web site hits and tracking of non-users is typically done with server logs and also through a 3rd-party integration (like Google Analytics) Here's an e [Less]
Posted over 2 years ago by Matt R.
What's new in 7? Administrative users of CRM 7 will immediately notice a new Orders Module which can be enabled for all users. This module is an extension of the Quotes Module and allows users to turn quotes into orders. From there, orders can ... [More] be tracked with events and notes until complete. Quotes and Orders also gain an enhanced calendar view. This view is essential if you have trucks making product deliveries and pickups. To support businesses that rent products, the [Less]
Posted over 2 years ago by Matt R.
What's new in 7? Administrative users of CRM 7 will immediately notice a new Orders Module which can be enabled for all users. This module is an extension of the Quotes Module and allows users to turn quotes into orders. From there, orders can ... [More] be tracked with events and notes until complete. Quotes and Orders also gain an enhanced calendar view. This view is essential if you have trucks making product deliveries and pickups. To support businesses that rent products, there is also a new "rentals" product type which allows you to estimate inventory on certain dates when coupled with our new rental calculator. Working with accounts is now even easier thanks to portlets which have been added to the Account Details page. [Less]
Posted over 2 years ago by Matt R.
In ConcourseConnect, badges are images, logos, or other visual elements that connote affiliations, associations, or achievements. Some badges are assigned by the Administrator based on status; others can be chosen by users for personalization. Badges ... [More] are displayed in the profile banners. For project-based sites and intranets, the following badges are useful: Add the "Employee", "Contractor" or "Subcontractor" badge to a user so that their Timesheet tab is enabled. Removing the badge has no reverse effect. Add the "Account Management" badge to a user to give them access to all accounts as a Manager. Managers can configure most aspects of an Account. Users can search these accounts. Remove the "Account Management" badge to lower the user's access in all accounts to Member. When additional accounts are created, users with this badge will receive access. Add the "Account Admin" badge t [Less]
Posted over 2 years ago by Matt R.
ConcourseConnect includes its own web app monitoring function. While it is still important to implement a remote monitoring solution, we've added this capability because ConcourseConnect is dependent on various resources and it was important to know ... [More] right away when something isn't right or to prevent problems in advance. ConcourseConnect monitoring helps find issues that are usually not monitored by other solutions or which take a lot of effort to configure. Without any configuration, here's what is monitored by ConcourseConnect: Web Server Status – Are dynamic web pages available and is the content consistent with expectations? Are there any issues with serving static content, like images? File System Availability and Free Space – Is there enough disk space for ongoing operation? Database Connectivity – Can the database be reached and successfully execute queries? SSL Certificate Analy [Less]
Posted over 2 years ago by Matt R.
Updated July 28, 2014 to include Domain Name expiration monitoring ConcourseConnect includes its own web app monitoring function. While it is still important to implement a remote monitoring solution, we've added this capability because ... [More] ConcourseConnect is dependent on various resources and it was important to know right away when something isn't right or to prevent problems in advance. ConcourseConnect monitoring helps find issues that are usually not monitored by other solutions or which take a lot of effort to configure. Without any configuration, here's what is monitored by ConcourseConnect: Web Server Status – Are dynamic web pages available and is the content consistent with expectations? Are there any issues with serving static content, like images? File System Availability and Free Space – Is there enough disk space for ongoing operation? Database Connectivity – Can the database be reached and successfully execute q [Less]
Posted almost 4 years ago by Matt R.
ConcourseSuite version 6.2 has been released. This is a minor release with improvements to searching, importing, and API functionality. There are also several fixes. Please see the ConcourseSuite 6.2 announcement in the support area for complete details.