Bill Pappas


Software Development efforts continue to take place for the systems we will need when we have a second wood shop location.

Testing has started on the new environment using Microsoft Azure and SQL Server in the cloud so that the front desk applications can be accessed simultaneously from both locations.


The financial module of the front desk will be replaced by commercial Point of Sale system named LightSpeed! Rik Pearce is handling the implementation; Dick Hartley’s team will interface Lightspeed to the front desk application.


The front door at Rolling Acres will soon have an intercom and electric door release allowing front desk to open door from behind the counter and talk to person at door.

IT Site surveys of the new shop and IT requirements have been made. Internet and phone service has been ordered through Comcast Business.

Planning for IT requirements for the second shop continues!!