Taysols today announced the release of an updated version of its continuous audit application TIM (Taysols Integrity Manager). TIM integrates and correlates critical data from across the enterprise value chain and presents the results of the continuous audit tests in an easily understandable and customisable dashboard. TIM replaces lengthy manual integrity checks and highlights areas requiring further investigation such as duplicate invoicing, unusual bank account details, and suspicious vendor billing practices. To find out more download the product flyer or contact us.
Today representatives from Taysols were proud to take part in the 3rd annual Tour de PIF 120km cycle ride. Duke Pearson reports that, "Riding the challenging course alongside our client, Leighton, was rewarding in two respects. Not only were we able to raise money for homeless children but we were also able to improve our own health and fitness." The event raised a total of $129,765 with the Leighton team as the top fundraiser.
Taysols today added the User Productivity Kit (UPK) specialisation to the Oracle Platinum Partner portfolio. "This specialisation nicely complements our credentials in the performance management and business intelligence domains." Dinesh Chand, National Practice Lead Technology, said. Oracle UPK is an easy-to-use and comprehensive content development, deployment, and maintenance platform for increasing workforce productivity.
Taysols today formalised the partnership with MicroStrategy. Founded in 1989, MicroStrategy is a leading global provider of enterprise software platforms for business intelligence (BI), mobile intelligence, and social intelligence applications. "MicroStrategy is highly regarded by analysts and the BI community alike. It is a great addition to our strong business intelligence service offering." Jamie Cassidy, National BI Practice Lead, said.
After evaluating in-house and outsourcing options, CBHS Health Fund Ltd today confirmed the selection of Taysolsgreen for the hosting of their Oracle business intelligence, budgeting and reporting solution. "Taysolsgreen demonstrated a track record in hosting Oracle solutions. Data security is very important to us and having Taysolsgreen look after our business intelligence infrastructure allows us to focus on the business outcomes." Miles Thomas, CBHS CIO, said.
After four years at the helm of a competitor in Victoria, Jayson Hammond today re-joined the Taysols team to strengthen Taysols' presence in the Southern states and lead the highly successful enterprise performance management practice nationally. Jayson has 15 years of experience working with EPM and BI solutions and a proud record of exceeding customer expectations. "Jayson has become a trusted advisor to many Australian organisations and is a great business partner and colleague to work with. We are delighted to have him on board." Christoph Mecker, General Manager, said.
Taysols took a break from consulting today and gathered in the Blue Mountains for a team conference. "We attend a lot of vendor based training and fund team members' extracurricular development. This Taysols conference, however, was about improving consulting skills and being innovative - plus, of course, the social element of spending time together as a group." Mark Taylor, Director, reported.
Taysols General Manager, Christoph Mecker, took to the air today to witness first-hand the impact Taysols' sponsorship of Books in Homes has on the community of Warralong. He visited the Aboriginal school 180km East of Port Hedland to participate in the book giving ceremony and was greeted by incredibly passionate teaching staff and overjoyed students. "It is quite overwhelming to experience the difference our comparably small contribution makes to the lives of these children." Christoph Mecker said.
Taysols Director, Mark Taylor, today signed a sponsorship agreement with the charity Books in Homes. Books in Homes Australia provides books-of-choice to families and children living in remote and low socio-economic circumstances, ensuring crucial early literacy engagement and the development of reading skills needed for lifelong success. Taysols insisted on supporting an Aboriginal community, arguably amongst the most disadvantaged communities in Australia. Books in Homes was delighted to accommodate this request. Taysols will be attending the book giving ceremony and presenting the books to the community's children. Visit Books in Homes today and find out how you can make a difference.
Taysols today commenced a project to replace largely Excel-based policy liability calculations with a Hyperion Planning solution that is expected to introduce great efficiencies in the derivation of key actuarial performance indicators. "This engagement is an extension to the successful projects we have undertaken in the financial planning domain. Data will seamlessly flow between the actuarial and financial models delivering a truly holistic solution." Aaron Whitford, Senior Consultant, said.