Webinar:

New Features And Functionality In Palette!

  • January 11, 2021
  • 11 am EST/ 5 pm CET

Webinar Details

Guest Speaker: Maria Hult

Welcome to join our live webinar where product specialist Maria Hult will present new features and functionality in Palette. The presentation will cover new and improved functionality released during the past year. In short, the following themes will be highlighted:

  • Enhanced automation
  • Improved user experience
  • Project administration
  • Traceability
  • Improved self-billing capabilities
  • Functions that will remove common adaptions
  • Security

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What you’ll learn?

Focus on Invoice, Contract and Buyer
New features and functionality in Palette concern several modules of PaletteArena with a special focus on:

  • PaletteInvoice
  • PaletteContract
  • PaletteBuyer

Most features that will be discussed are already live in our cloud service PaletteOnline Standard. However, there will also be news relating to the upcoming release planned to go live towards the end of 2020.

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