Saturday, December 19, 2015

Holiday Office Hours


We are closed 12/23 to 12/27 so we can spend time with our families.

Tuesday, October 20, 2015

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE : Willie Johnson, motivational speaker has a new website!

ALEXIS INFORMATION SYSTEMS
PO BOX 4293 Fayetteville AR 72702
479-365-3158

PRESS RELEASE 



October 20, 2015

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Alexis Information Systems announces Willie Johnson has a new website. www.williejayspeaks.com

Willie Johnson is a delightful and inspiring motivational speaker, corporate trainer, author, and workshop leader. His years of corporate training experience and professional speaking combine with his commitment to community service, his military service and his education to provide corporations, nonprofit organizations and any other group an effective and entertaining speaker or trainer for their event.After more than 15 years of professional speaking and training, Willie Johnson has become a master at tailoring his presentations to fit his audience.

The new website includes:
 [http://williejayspeaks.com/]. Willie Johnson is a delightful and inspiring motivational speaker, corporate trainer,...


For questions, contact us at 479-365-3158 or send an email 

Sunday, September 6, 2015

EU ePrivacy Directive for your website


EU ePrivacy Directive also known as the EU Cookie Law is a piece of privacy legislation which requires websites to get consent from visitors to store or retrieve any information on a computer, smartphone or tablet. The Information Commissioner’s Office (the ICO) who enforce privacy laws in the UK have stated that getting “implied consent” for cookie use is acceptable.

What needs to be done?
EU web visitors must be informed that your website stores cookies for tracking, statistics and hosting.

What are cookies ?
Cookies are stored in your browser and enable a site to 'remember' little bits of information between pages or visits.

Who must comply ?
Any business anywhere with a website serving customers within any EU country, is required to comply with the legislation with respect to those EU visitors, and that country.

How are you classified?
Your business is located in EU
A visible notice with an acceptance button is required.

Your business is not located in EU but serves EU customers only
A visible notice is required.

Your business is not located in EU and serves EU customers and other countries
A visible notice is required + Privacy Notice page
The privacy notice page must tell visitors how to delete cookies.

If you are in EU and your website is exclusively targeted to non-EU audiences
You are not required to comply.
Below are some reference links to tell you more (including the fines involved)
https://ico.org.uk/for-organisations/guide-to-pecr/cookies/
http://www.eu-cookie-law.com/
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Below is an example with policy notices.
https://econsultancy.com/blog/63118-17-useful-examples-of-eu-cookie-law-compliance/

** SPECIAL NOTICE FOR US CUSTOMERS
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If you export goods and are compliant with the Safe Harbor rules of the US Department of Commerce, I need to know so we can add this image to your site. Read more about Self certification with US Department of Commerce. (http://www.export.gov/safeharbor/eg_main_018274.asp)

Japan Consumption Tax Will Apply Starting October 1, 2015 - Amazon Notice

Here is the latest notice Amazon sent to Kindle Authors :

Starting October 1, 2015 an 8% consumption tax will be applied to all ebooks sold to customers living in Japan. No action is required of you, but we are notifying you because you currently have one or more titles available through KDP that may be affected by this change.

One-time Adjustment for Existing KDP Titles
Beginning October 1, list prices set for Amazon.co.jp will be tax-inclusive, meaning that the 8% consumption tax will be included in the list price you give us. For example, if you set your Amazon.co.jp list price at ¥1250, your new tax-inclusive list price would be ¥1250. Tax will be deducted from this price, and your royalties would be calculated on a resulting price of ¥1157. Keep in mind that you can change your price at any time subject to KDP’s Terms and Conditions.

Minimum and Maximum List Prices
The minimum and maximum list prices for the 35% and 70% royalty plans will now also be inclusive of tax. Previously the minimum and maximum list price for the 35% royalty plan were ¥99 and ¥20,000 respectively. The new minimum and maximum list prices for the 35% royalty plan will be ¥99 and ¥20,000 inclusive of tax (or ¥91.67 and ¥18,518.52 exclusive of tax). Similarly, the minimum and maximum list prices for the 70% royalty were ¥250 and ¥1250. The new minimum and maximum list prices for the 70% royalty plan will be ¥250 and ¥1250 inclusive of tax (or ¥231.48 and ¥1,157.41 exclusive of tax).

Setting List Prices for Amazon.co.jp
Starting October 1, to make it easier to set customer friendly list prices without having to calculate tax, authors will set list prices for the JP marketplace that include consumption tax. To accommodate this, the KDP pricing grid will be updated to accept tax-inclusive list prices. In the pricing page, authors will also see their suggested price without tax to help them understand how royalties will be calculated. For those authors who set their JP marketplace price automatically from their US list price, we will convert the US list price to local currency and that will be the list price that includes tax.

For more information about this change, visit our Help pages.

Best regards,
The Kindle Direct Publishing Team

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Saturday, August 29, 2015

Upcoming Events : How to create a culture of security in your company


Larry Ropp, Identity Theft and Risk Management Specialist with Ropp and Associates will hold an informational session at the Alexis Information Systems office located at 21 W Mountain Street Suite 122 Fayetteville, AR 72701. Larry will share with the audience a few simple ways to protect a business when employees use computer systems to access to customers information.

He will talk about the FACTA Red Flag Rules (FTC Regulation) which require business owners to develop and implement certain security standards for employees handling sensitive data. It is important to have a plan in place before your personal and business reputation are ruined by the choices of one person.

Audience : Open to the public.
Price : Free


Parking
Free reserved parking is provided for the lunch session
Parking at the square downtown Fayetteville after 5PM is free

Meals
Lunch and dinner will be provided.

Event Registration Links


How to create a culture of security in your company (Lunch Session)
  Eventbrite - How to create a culture of security in your company (Lunch Session)


How to create a culture of security in your company (Dinner Session)
  Eventbrite - How to create a culture of security in your company (Dinner Session)


We are looking forward to seeing you!

Wednesday, April 8, 2015

Move Forward With Mobile





For a quote, go to our website or call 479-365-3158

To receive an instant download of the "Move Forward With Mobile" in PDF, Sign up at http://eepurl.com/bi1ZXT

What is the difference between a regular site and a mobile optimized site?

Mobile websites may also include features that take advantage of the advanced capabilities of a mobile phone such as a click-to-call button that, when clicked, places a call.

Saturday, April 4, 2015

A few websites samples (video)



A video of websites created by Alexis Information Systems. We create and maintain websites that can be displayed on any available device such as desktops, tablets and smartphones regardless of connection speed with easy navigation to the content for those visiting the website. As a business owner, you must participate in the planning of your website, because a well planned website can help your business growth by telling your story.