November 4, 2014

Lizzy customers looking to add EMV processing via Lizzy can contact Open Edge (formerly PayPros), as they are our credit card processing partner of choice since 2014. Lizzy customers also have the option of processing their credit card transactions outside of the software, allowing them to choose their preferred provider and payment devices.

April 24, 2013
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As many of you know we have up until now been using Java to print invoices. This has presented problems due to the slowness of Java and Java updates breaking printing. To prevent this issue in future releases we have changed the invoice printing to use Chrome, Firefox, and Safari native PDF handling. This means

January 7, 2013
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Since deciding to publicly post our training videos to YouTube, we’ve noticed some people have had questions about the video quality and notifications. Fret no more, we’re here to help! Video Quality: Usually there is a default that your account is set to. YouTube only offers two options for video quality settings: 1) To choose the best

September 14, 2012
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As many of you know, Lizzy has the ability to dial phone numbers through Skype. Starting today Lizzy now supports other VOIP clients such as 8×8’s Softalk Office and Bria. Before you can use this feature you will need to set an option in your profile. First log into Lizzy and go to Setting ->

September 14, 2012
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We have recently switched from using Skype to using 8×8 as our phone provider and one of the things we just had to get working properly was the ability to click a phone number inside Lizzy CRM and have it dial the phone number in our softphone.  There are a number of different ways to

September 1, 2011

Starting today nizeX Inc. is moving away from GotoMeeting and SSI/Nizex Remote, and moving to Mikogo. Mikogo is a free web conferencing package, that is cross platform and supports remote control of another user’s desktop. The first step in getting Mikogo setup is to install the software, using one of the links below. Windows Version

August 5, 2011

I’m sure you’ve done it, typed your email address to login and accidentally entered your password on the end without pressing the tab key? Now when you login it shows your password at the end of your email address for everyone to see. Well, in this post I’m going to tell you how to fix