| FROM THE DESK OF JOE JACKSON
Greetings! The new year is well under way, and we’re excited about the many opportunities in 2015 to work with you and help you accomplish great things through the work you are continuing in your roles as community leaders.
As you’ll read in this edition of Aumentum News, we have many customers making great strides to improve the lives of the citizens in their communities. One of these customers, The Jamaican Information Service within the National Land Agency, has experienced major efficiency gains and customer service achievements over the past few years through their use of Aumentum Registry coupled with business process improvements. Their achievements are a culmination of great leadership and plenty of hard work. Congratulations to CEO Ms. Elizabeth Stair and her staff–as well as the other Public Sector Champion Award winners. (You can read more about their stories below.)
As the year progresses, I welcome conversations with you to hear about the great strides you’re making in your own communities as well.
As always, our mission is to continue to serve you as you serve your constituents.
Here’s wishing you a happy and successful 2015!
SAVE THE DATE! 2015 AUMENTUM USER GROUPS CONFERENCE SEPTEMBER 27 — OCTOBER 1, 2015
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE 2014 PUBLIC SECTOR CHAMPION AWARD WINNERS
These awards are presented annually to Thomson Reuters customers in order to recognize those who have achieved excellence in planning and executing projects and programs. These prestigious awards spotlight customers who use Thomson Reuters software/services to deliver significant value to their communities.
CLICK HERE to see this year’s winners.
JAMAICAN NATIONAL INFORMATION SERVICE: REDEFINING LAND SERVICES
The Jamaican Information Service created a video to examine their successes they made in partnership with the Thomson Reuters Aumentum Registry implementation. Vice President of International for Tax & Accounting Don Peele appears in the video and explains how the Aumentum system was configured for use by the Jamaican government.