30 07, 2018
  • Outlook calendar integration

Feature Spotlight: Outlook Calendar Integration

Managing the inspection process has always been simple & effortless with Visual Approvals. Now it is even easier with the release of a new outlook calendar integration! The Visual Approvals Inspection Calendar is now fully integrated with the Microsoft Outlook Calendar. Push inspection bookings directly from VA into the inspector’s outlook appointment calendar. Reminders are

23 07, 2018
  • Tips & Tricks Videos

Our New Tips & Tricks Videos equip you to excel!

At Visual Approvals, we strive to provide you with easy-to-use tools that help you find information and get answers to your questions fast. Therefore, we're creating a library of Tips & Tricks videos available to you any time, so you get more out of  your Visual Approvals software. Some of our new Tips & Tricks videos

2 07, 2018
  • Get mobile with Visual Inspector

Get Mobile with Visual Inspector

  Are you a busy building surveyor looking to simplify onsite building inspections? Would you like to conduct your inspection electronically and send the results to your client while you are still onsite? With the Visual Inspector app, you can! View the video to learn more.

2 07, 2018
  • Go

Go Paperless with Visual Approvals

  Are you a busy building surveyor looking to simplify and streamline archaic manual systems while reducing your reliance on paper? Would you like to keep track of your documents, emails and plans in an electronic format, so that they are easy to find in one place… in the right place every time? With

4 06, 2018
  • Victorian building regulations 2018

Victorian Building Regulations 2018 – We’re ready, are you?

On Saturday 2nd June, the new Victorian Building Regulations 2018 came into effect. Visual Approvals can confirm that Visual Approvals certification software is ready for Victorian Building Surveyors to commence work with the regulatory changes today! To ensure that clients of Visual Approvals enjoy a smooth transition to this new regulatory process, the supplementary fields

28 05, 2018
  • 2018 AAC Conference

That’s a wrap for the 2018 AAC Conference!

Last Friday, Visual Approvals participated as a trade exhibitor in the 2018 AAC Conference - Great Expectations. This year the conference was held at the Star Event Centre in the heart of Darling Harbour, Sydney. With over 300 delegates the conference was exceedingly well patronised and we were delighted with the number of visitors to

2 05, 2018
  • Client Web Portal

Feature Spotlight : Client Web Portal

Visual Approvals is excited to release its latest client engagement feature. The Client Web Portal is a web-based application that enables secure, online interaction between certifiers and their clients from any device at any time. Open a digital world of convenience and opportunity with your clients. The portal's dynamic Dashboard summarises a client’s open jobs,

30 04, 2018
  • NSW Data Certification Reporting

Take the Next Step toward NSW Data Certification Reporting Readiness

It is well known that the NSW Government is introducing changes to the reporting of building certification data for all building certifiers and local councils throughout NSW on July 1, 2018. The NSW Government have implemented these changes to streamline and standardise the format of data reported on all development and construction activity across NSW.

20 03, 2018
  • visual approvals progress payments

It’s Time to take Advantage of Progress Payments

Visual Approvals continues to add astute user-friendly enhancements to its software. Progress Payments is just the latest example. This feature has been implemented for Commercial jobs and manages the progress claim for each invoice line item. As large commercial projects will typically generate multiple invoices per stage, a progress payment claim amount can be entered

19 03, 2018
  • NSW Data Certification Reporting

Be prepared for NSW Certification Data Reporting with Visual Approvals

The NSW Government is changing the way accredited certifiers and local councils are required to report data on building certification. The aim of this change is to streamline and standardise the format of data reported to the Government on development and construction activity across NSW. Software providers have been urged to update their systems by May