Cross module setup
The system manager module is where you set up how you want your Interise system to work. It contains all the elements that apply to more than one module and therefore do not have a natural home within a specific module.
This makes setup more intuitive and allows administrators to block certain functions more easily to maintain security.
Create team specific menu's and link users to roles
The system manager lets you create roles and specify which modules should apply to this role. You may then drill down onto the module and select which menu options you want the role to have and even which screen elements you want (and do not want) the team using this role to have.
You have have the option of using completely different screen layouts for each role. So for instance if you had a credit control team in France you might like their screens to be expressed in French while the head office in Manchester would have their screens in English.
Once a role is created any user can be allocated to this role allowing you to build teams based on these roles. Should a member join a new team you need only move his menu role and his environment will change immediately.
Plugin Options for System Manager
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Screen Shot Gallery
Vertical menu look and feel
This mercifully short video (15 minutes) will take you through the process of setting up the defaults for your company and maintaining the cross module tables such as the currency tables or user permissions.