This year, it has been wonderful to travel and gather together. We look forward to seeing more of you in person.
We would like to extend a warm welcome to all the new collections who have chosen this year to get started with Vernon CMS.
We wish you a Happy New Year and we are looking forward to doing great things together in 2024.
Company update 2023
Read about the latest releases in Vernon CMS and Vernon Browser, and find out what’s coming up.
Fog couldn’t stop the forum
Vernon Systems was a proud sponsor of this year’s National Digital Forum (NDF), the first in-person forum since Covid. It was wonderful to meet clients and be part of the buzz and excitement of NDF.
Vernon User Group meetings in 2024
We’re delighted to announce that in-person VUG meetings in Australia and New Zealand are back! In addition to the online meeting, we’ll organise visits to the east coast of Australia and Christchurch in 2024. We’ll let you know as soon as dates and locations are organised.
Explainer: XML Import
Learn how to import data for new and existing records into Vernon CMS with XML Import. This tool can save you heaps of time. There’s a bit of a learning curve, but it’s so worth it.
Advanced Training in Auckland – February 2024
Thinking about goals for next year? How about improving your Vernon CMS knowledge? Register for Advanced Training on Advanced Search, Data Cleanup, Advanced Reporting, XML Import, and much more.
Vernon CMS tip: F2 can help you
Use the F2 key in Vernon CMS when you want to edit text in a table. Like in Excel, the F2 key will let you edit the contents of a cell (rather than accidentally overwrite the contents when you start typing). You can also double-click to edit the cell. Press F2 again to move out of ‘edit mode’.
Featured Vernon Browser websites
Figge Art Museum
The Figge Art Museum’s collection in Iowa offers a distinctive look at regional, national and international art from the 15th century to the present.
Farnsworth Art Museum
Farnsworth Art Museum’s collection focuses on American art from the 18th century to the present, with a special emphasis on artists who have lived or worked in Maine.
We regularly hold a live webinar over Zoom about a particular feature of Vernon CMS. The videos are published on YouTube so you can watch anytime.