Tigersolv is celebrating 10 awesome years of Dennis, Champion of the Dev team. To mark the achievement and to say a big thank you to Den for his dedication to the ‘Solv, he’s been presented with a giant plotter(!) to supercharge his hobby of spray decorating vehicles.
So, if you see a man ride by on a motorbike painted with intricate tiger stripes, that’ll be our Den – give him a wave!
The 22nd of April is Earth day! It’s a good time to think about your offices recycling policies and green initiatives, but you know what’s better than recycling? Not using paper in the first place! Using Tigersolv’s web portals enables your introducers, clients, and creditors to instantly send and receive information needed for their Debt Management Plan and peace of mind.
Save on printing, posting, time, and the protect the planet while you’re at it – what an office based super hero you are!
We’ve added lots of new and exciting features to make compliant Debt Management easier for all of our clients. The regulatory changes created lots of new ways for Debtsolv to help its users and to do so at the best possible speed there’s been a lot of bolt on utilities and quick tweaks made over the last 2 years. In the brand new Version 15 we’ve refactored a lot of those small things to bring a little more consistency and speed gains across the system, as well as some major new features that we’ve been working hard on behind the scenes. Looking back, the last 2 years have pushed us to grow and change the way we think about Debtsolv and its sister products and we’ve come out of it with a better-than-ever solution for Debt Management and Insolvency Companies.
Debtsolv 15 is ready to roll, cram packed full of great new features, including…
- The Cortex Engine
- Triggered Creditor Letters
- Vulnerability Recording
- Feedback / Complaint Handling Suite
- A Brand New Case Review Suite
With Christmas just around the corner, we at Tigersolv want to wish you all Marry Christmas and a Happy New Year.
The Tigersolv offices are closed from the 2pm on the 24th of December 2015 until 9am on the 4th of January 2016. Emergency support remains available through the support mobile number, however calls made to this line will generate billable work.
Have a great Christmas and a Happy New Year! We’ll see you in 2016!
As sponsors of the first DEMSA members meeting with Kevin Still taking over the helm, Tigersolv joined the well attended meeting, with many of the APDSI members welcomed into the newly merged organisation.
Kevin was welcomed by Steve Kelleher-Brown of Tigersolv: “Kevin’s appointment is an excellent choice, his breadth of knowledge and enthusiasm for the facts will be game-changing for DEMSA. It’s great to be included and to feel valued from the start.”
Microsoft has ended support for Windows Server 2003 – that means that since July 2015 there are no more security updates, hoxfixes, free or paid support, or online technical content updates.
If you are using Windows Server 2003 you really need to update!
The government’s Insolvency Service has announced that in the future when someone goes bankrupt online, they will not need their bankruptcy forms to be signed off by an IP or Insolvency Practitioner.
What this will do is to streamline the process of going bankrupt, and also “free-up” the court’s time, thus saving money.
The proposed European Data Protection Directive could have a huge impact on the Debt Management Industry, but how will any changes affect you?
Join this free webinar on June 25th to learn the key changes in the proposed regulations, the consequences of non-compliance and information on steps you can take to ensure a smooth transition.
Can’t make it on the 25th? If you sign up anyway, they will send you a recording of the whole thing!
Click here to sign up
Running old out-dated software on your computers is never a good thing, but I bet you never considered the risk of a nuclear melt-down.
Tokyo Electric Power Company (TEPCO), operator of the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear reactor, has been told to upgrade 48,000 internet connected PCs from Windows XP
The number of Scots going bust has fallen dramatically in the last year, according to official figures released today (Wednesday, April 22) by Accountant in Bankruptcy.