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Support via Twitter for quick questions.
We are delighted to announce that we are trialling a new Support Service via Twitter. Open to all Heritage and Heritage Cirqa users with a current support contract, it is a quick way of getting answers to simple 'how to' questions, as well as a way of requesting new functionality and help documentation. We cannot promise immediate answers as it is a service being offered by Emma Duffield, our Sales Manager, and Alex Smolonska, our Sales Liaison Officer, rather than the Support Services team. Tweets will not be logged against a customer record. Emma and Alex have nearly 30 years of experience with Heritage between them so they are able to answer a wide range of queries. If in doubt, just ask!
She ran 20 miles through the mud for charity!
Emma Duffield, our Sales Manager, spent last weekend competing in Endure 24, a 24 hour endurance relay race. The weather wasn't kind, but her team of eight clocked up 145 miles between them and raised over £900 for the Muscular Dystrophy campaign. We were proud to sponsor her!
Heritage Cirqa 5.1a and Heritage Online 3.6 in live testing
Selected customers now using the software in their live environments in the final round of testing before the upgrades go on general release. Expect more news here soon!
Raising funds for the British Heart Foundation
Tom Knightley, our Senior Heritage Trainer, will be doing a sponsored London to Brighton Bike Ride and has requested this month’s charity be for his choice - The British Heart Foundation. On the first Monday of each month IS staff can come to the Chapel in their casual clothes in return for a donation of £2 to the charity being supported. Staff can nominate any good cause they feel deserves a bit of extra help. This month we raised £30 for Tom's cause.
Our monthly 'dress down' day raised funds on their behalf.
On the first Monday of each month IS staff can come to the Chapel in their casual clothes in return for a donation of £2 to the charity being supported. Staff can nominate any good cause they feel deserves a bit of extra help. Alzheimer's Society was suggested by Robert Perkins in our Support Services team.
Our monthly 'dress down' day had an added twist!
On the first Monday of each month IS staff can come to the Chapel in their casual clothes in return for a donation of £2 to the charity being supported. Staff can nominate any good cause they feel deserves a bit of extra help. This month we sponsored our Sales Manager Emma Duffield's friend Adam, who ran the London Marathon in aid of the Muscular Dystrophy Campaign. We also got to choose tracks for him to listen to as he ran (he wasn't allowed to know in advance what he would be listening to). Some of us were kinder than others. Tracks sponsored by IS Oxford staff were as follows:
Grandma - St Winifred's school choir
Have A Cheeky Christmas - The Cheeky Girls
Itsy Bitsy Teeny Weeny Yellow Polka Dot Bikini - Timmy Mallet
Shaddup You Face - Joe Dolce
Nelly the Elephant - Toy Dolls
Never gonna give you up - Rick Astley
Nyan Cat - Nyan Cat
The loneliness of the long distance runner - Iron Maiden
£1 fish - One pound fish man
Diamond Lights - Hoddle and Waddle
Run - Snow Patrol
Dream Kitchen - Frazier Chorus
Learning to Fly - Pink Floyd
Cuddly Toy - Roachford