TABLE OF CONTENTS
- Welcome new ACME customers! As doors are opening to welcome visitors from near and (soon) far, we are grateful to have you onboard!
- Brevard Zoo (Melbourne, FL)
- Brookgreen Gardens (Myrtle Beach, SC)
- Computer History Museum (Mountain View, CA)
- Greater Los Angeles Zoo Association (Los Angeles, CA)
- Mendocino Coast Botanical Gardens (Fort Bragg, CA)
- Museum of Glass (Tacoma, WA)
- National Museum of the Pacific War (Fredericksburg, TX)
Other recent releases
2022 Company Holidays, Coupon Codes, Event Schedules
Running End of Year Reports
- Use Existing Reports (when you can)
- The same reports you use daily or weekly can be easily changed by choosing a different time range [insert link to article?] in the top right corner.
- Using existing reports is useful because you’ll be used to the format that report returns information in already
- Consider the audience of the report
- Lots of year end reporting is meant for a large audience and top down view of the data. At the sake of contradicting the previous suggestion, if you normally include a lot of fields for a detailed report, consolidating the returned fields for a high level view of the data may be useful. Think of who the recipient of the data is and act accordingly!
- Running large reports may result in longer times to get results
- When collecting a lot of data the reporting tool may take some time to collect all the information, that is ok! ACME’s reporting tool is designed to run even if you leave the page.
- A user can click Run Report and then leave the report, leave ACME Backoffice, or even close their browser. The report will still execute and be able to be retrieved later* by clicking “View All Results” on the report page [insert link to articles about reporting]
*Report results are stored for 30 days from the time that result was executed
- Timing Your Import/Export Cycle
- Configuring Pass Ranges
- Financial Settlement Report
- Membership Card Scanning
- New Offering: Secure Branded URLs for eCommerce