What’s New in Calxa
24 November @ 11:00 am - 11:30 am AEST
An event every 3 months that begins at 11:00 am on day Fourth of the month, repeating indefinitely
Discover what’s new in Calxa. Join us each quarter to learn about the latest features, improvements and more. In addition, we’ll showcase all the recent changes and take a look forward at what’s coming in the quarter ahead.
What You Will Learn in What’s New in Calxa
The best part is that you take part in What’s New in Calxa at the comfort of your own desk. So, make sure you don’t miss this webinar, as we:
- Showcase new features in the software that help you create better management reports
- Examine updates designed to optimise your Calxa work
- Explore upcoming changes that will have an impact on your future reporting
- Share some tips & tricks that will increase your knowledge
- Answer your questions during the Q&A at the end of the session
Who Should Attend
Essentially, What’s New in Calxa is for you if you have invested time and energy in Calxa and have:
- Signed Up for a Trial
- Just bought Calxa
- Joined a Finance Team using Calxa
About What’s New in Calxa
You will find that these What’s New in Calxa sessions are scheduled quarterly and are a short 30 minutes. Foremost, they are designed to keep you in the loop about new features and functionality. Moreover, these sessions provide an opportunity to talk to our product team and share your wish list items and any feature requests.
The sessions are interactive webinars that incorporate question time at the end. Therefore, attendees are invited to send through their questions and participate during the Q&A session.
Of course, we understand you may get busy and are unable to attend. In this case, you can read our latest product information blogs . Alternatively, you can explore our online help desk which is stocked with help notes, training videos and event recordings. Or, you can book an onboarding session with our support team to ask those questions important to you.
Calxa saves you time if you are a Business, Not-For-Profit or Accounting Practice by automating budgeting, group consolidations, cash flow forecasting and KPIs, intelligently. Integrating with main-stream accounting systems like Xero, QuickBooks Online and MYOB are key to saving time. Equally, the professional presentation of your management reports will impress your boss, the board, clients and bank manager. Use Calxa for short or long-term projections, scenario modelling, grant acquittals, program budgets and tracking of cost centre performance. Good financial reporting helps organisations and key stakeholders make better decisions.