Isn't there also a requirement that we must keep a full set of paper records?This has thus far been the excuse to not allow me to begin using SIMS as it would only duplicate what we are already required to do on paper.
You will find that you can print all the pieces of paper off of SIMS. So not only to you have an electronic record, but you can produce almost any form you may need.
If SIMS can manipulate ALL of the required documentation so he gets his hard copies and I get a live database, we might just have a win-win situation after all !!
Yes, the forms do work and you can preview them. All the blanks are filled in except the signatures.
so, how many hours does it take to get this thing up and running the first time around?
If its worth doing, then its worth doing it right the first time around.So you would guess a full day to enter in all the relevant information to bring the system fully up to speed?
If/since SIMS is an MS Access-based software, I presume that compatibility with a Mac (minus Windows) is out of the question?