You want to use a web interface to add jobs to Access Accounts costing module. The jobs will be tracked through the website and can be updated, signed off, rejected etc.
By implementing a web interface to a second database and using transaction broker to transfer the information into Access Accounts, the web interface can be used to update information. An example, implementation of this involved jobs being requested by an end user. These were automatically allocated to external service providers according to the some rules. The service providers were e-mailed and could accept or reject the job from an e mail. If accepted they could log into a website and see their current job list. Once jobs were completed they could be signed off by the provider and then accepted by the end user
- An easy to use web interface simplifies job entry and processing.
- Automatic logging of request time and acceptance time.
- Effective monitoring of jobs and statistics.
- Less admin time spent entering jobs, accepting,
- No additional Access Accounts licences required (TB is required)