Month: March 2004

  • Compiere not for us

    On Friday we decided to abandon our trial of the Compiere ERP/CRM solution. We concluded that a company of our size with our resources was not ready to impliment Compiere at its current development level. The stock control system was excellent. Our struggles were basically with GST and accounting. Compiere does not support GST inclusive […]

  • Legal Update

    The wheels of justice keep turning. The settlement deed the other side prepared just sucked. They told me it was totally not-negotiable so don’t bother getting legal advice just sign it. Yeah right. So my lawyers said don’t sign it. So while the settlement negotiations fall apart we have mentions and orders on some of […]

  • Warehouse 2/2

    We registered the new company last week. The domain isn’t in place yet so I can’t name it yet. Anyway today was our first trading day at the new location. Result: we covered the rent for the week. Yippee! I’ve also decided to get a business mentor. That sounds like a fun challenge and the […]

  • Settlement Negotiations 5

    Posts labled Settlement Negotiations 3 and 4 are currently imbargoed until the lawyers finish. But it’s looking promising.

  • Ultimate Holding Company

    Corporate Law Economic Reform 7 a.k.a. CLERP 7 introduced changes to how Australian companies are managed and regulated from 1 July 2003. One interesting aspect is the requirment to report the Ultimate Holding Company of a Company. Does that mean that private companies whose shares are owned by corporate trustees (as trustee for a trust) […]

  • Settlement Negotiations 4

    Seems like they wanted me to sweat the weekend. Strangely I didn’t. I figured we were going to court, I’d tried to settle, agreeing to their demands and asking for time to pay. If they rejected it I’d see them in court and roll the dice. This morning they called with a counter offer requesting […]