TLK Dairy Featured in Progressive Dairyman
TLK Dairy, a Red Wing Software customer, was featured in the August 7, 2017 issue of Progressive Dairyman, in the story New Drive-over Commodity Delivery Bridge a First in the U.S. The story details the first-in-the-nation indoor feed mixing center on a dairy to feature a drive-over commodity delivery bridge.
The online Virtual Classroom provides you with in-depth information and explanations that allow you to learn more about CenterPoint from any location where you can access the internet (high-speed internet connection recommended). The training sessions in the Virtual Classroom are presented live by one of our CenterPoint experts. The sessions will also be recorded and sent to you so you can refer to the information afterwards.
You can view and register for the following sessions from our web site at www.redwingsoftware.com by selecting Products > Virtual Classroom Training (under ‘Services’ on the right-hand side of the menu).
Advanced Budgeting for CenterPoint Accounting for Agriculture
Tuesday, September 19, 2017
9:30 am -11:30 am CST
Advanced Budgeting for CenterPoint Accounting and CenterPoint Fund Accounting
Tuesday, September 26, 2017
2:30pm-4:30 pm CST
Our thoughts and prayers go out to all the people affected by Hurricane Harvey. Everyone I know has a connection to someone living in the affected area, and is reaching out in some way to help.
On a brighter (or should I say darker) note, virtually everyone in the United States was able to experience the recent solar eclipse at some level. A few people in our office ventured out of their home states to travel to a part of the country that was in the area of “totality”, where the sun was totally blocked by the moon for over two minutes. Certainly, a sight to see.
Now, it’s time to look around and determine if your company is feeling the effects of an eclipse. Are there people that are being kept in the dark about business information that would help them help the company grow? While not necessarily all information about a company can be made public, there are probably things unintentionally not shared that could improve processes and expose new ideas.
On an individual level, are there bright people in the organization that are being overshadowed, and if given the opportunity to shine, could eventually become stars? (Is that too many puns for one sentence?)
Take a look around, and ensure your company is not experiencing a perpetual eclipse.
- Ken Hilton, President