Release 31 contains two additions to AM.NET’s newest data analysis tool: dashboards. The Event Financial and Event Registrations dashboards allow you to view CPE data in new and powerful ways.

A new VP at CDS
CDS is pleased to announce the promotion of Phil Sayers to the position of Vice President.

Names Summary tab now available
AM.NET now provides a way to quickly access key information about a person: the Summary tab.

You can now store photos in AM.NET
AM.NET uses an improved method of storing and retrieving images compared to AM4. AM4 stored image files in a specific folder on the system server. The system required that the image file name have the same ID number as the person’s ID number in AM4.

System preferences migrated to AM.NET
In Release 30 CDS migrated the system preferences routine to AM.NET. Instead of separate tabs for each module, as in AM4, System Preferences now displays a tree view for accessing each preference.

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Release 35 is out
Here are some highlights of Release 35. Electronic Document Management It is now possible to store electronic documents in a wide variety of areas in Am.Net. For example: course materials can be stored for an event, honorarium contracts can be stored for a leader assignment, or a mission statement can be stored for a committee. […]

Release 34 almost ready
While we’re putting the finishing touches on Release 34 I wanted to cover some of the highlights. Improved support for Large Fonts We’ve updated just about every single screen in AM.Net to better support the Large Fonts settings.  You will no longer see overlapping/missing items.   There are still a couple of small touches left […]