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Code Club

Code Club logo and animation figures

Shebiz is proud to support Code Club Aotearoa.

Since 2014, Lisa Wardill and Leonie Patrick from Shebiz have run Code Club Cromwell, giving local kids the chance to learn to code.

The Code Club mission is to help New Zealand through encouraging children to combine their imaginations with an understanding of programming, empowering our next generation to take their incredible inventions to the world.

The projects we offer teach children to program by showing them how to make computer games, animations, and websites. We teach Scratch, HTML and Python.


Coding Club Hits Cromwell

Cromwell News, Central Otago
By Emma Maddox, November 5, 2014

A new kind of club has come to Cromwell - and it's all about computer coding.

Code Club Cromwell is part of a nationwide initiative, called Code Club Aotearoa which aims to introduce children to the world of IT and teach them to make computer games, animations and websites......





NAIT Modifications

http://www.nait.co.nz
Monday, June 18, 2012

Livestock Office Draft Modifications for NAIT are now Available.

Scope: Auction, Private, Grazing and Miscellaneous Sales

  • To allow entry of RFID and/or Visual Tag Id's into sale lines/pens.
  • To allocate tags within a line/pen to a purchaser when stock is sold.
  • To produce a CSV Movement file for upload to NAIT.

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Jenny Scott Wins RWNZ award

Jenny Scott The News, Lakes District & Central Otago
Thursday, May 24, 2012

Jenny Scott, of Livestock Office, a stock agent brokering software company based in Bannockburn, has won the RWNZ Access Homehealth South Island award.

Rural Women New Zealand national president Liz Evans said judges were impressed by the fact that "Livestock Office" hasn't stood still and is meeting today's market using e-sales and mobile phone technology.

Livestock Office was used by livestock and grazing brokering firms throughout the country and was the only specialised livestock brokering software developed in New Zealand for local conditions, Mrs Evans said.

Jennifer Scott ERWA WINNER 2012

Rural Women NZ Conference, Hawera
Monday, May 21, 2012
Award Presentation

The Access Homehealth South Island Award 2012 winner was Jenny Scott of Livestock Office, a stock agent brokering software company. The business is based at Bannockburn near Cromwell.

"The Access Homehealth South Island winner, Jenny Scott, has over 20 years experience in the market, a solid client base and a proven product," says Liz Evans. ‘The judges were also impressed with the fact that Livestock Office hasn't stood still, and is meeting today's market using e-sales and mobile phone technology.’ Livestock Office is used by livestock and grazing brokering firms throughout the country and is the only specialised livestock brokering software developed in New Zealand for local conditions. It also has potential to be used internationally, which is the company's focus for the immediate future. The package includes debtors, creditors, cashbook and general ledger and can handle all types of sales including private, grazing and auction.

Jennifer Scott ERWA Entrant 2012

Rural Women NZ
Tuesday, May 01, 2012

After many years developing and selling software products relating to farming businesses, Jennifer Scott now focuses on promoting ‘Livestock Office’ a professional and comprehensive software package she has developed to provide the agricultural sector with innovative, reliable and affordable software. ...

Dynamic women forge new careers

Jenny Scott The Southland Times
By Shawn McAvinue on Wed, 25 Apr 2012

JENNIFER SCOTT: Livestock Office owner Jennifer Scott is an industry leader in a man's world but employs only women.

She and Lisa Wardill write livestock brokering software to sell to stock agents and shearers in New Zealand and are ready to enter international markets.

Her daughter, Jacqui Rule, manages the office and administers the Office Bureau.

Enterprise could net award

Otago Daily Times Business News
By Sally Rae on Wed, 18 Apr 2012

Blame it on GST.

Jenny Scott's business career began on October 1, 1986, with the introduction of the goods and services tax.

She and her husband Bill, then farming at Otikerama, just north of Gore, attended GST information evenings held by their farm accountant.

They bought a computer to maintain a farm cashbook and calculate ...




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