About Thought Croft

Welcome to Thought Croft, where we help your ideas become reality.

Our mission is to help our clients maximise their business potential through thoughtful strategy, improved human performance and effective use of information technology.  Thought Croft literally means "ideas farm".  We believe we can make a difference to our clients by the quality of our thinking and the freshness of our ideas in areas such as:
  • Business Performance Analysis and Improvement
  • Information Technology Strategy
  • Workgroup Application Integration
  • Training in the Effective Use of Personal Productivity Software

Our Consultants

Warren Bain is adept at assessing business climate, market conditions, operational strengths and weaknesses, and at planning new business models and approaches through innovative use of information technology.  He specialises in integrating office productivity software with corporate database systems to deliver improved workgroup productivity.  Warren has over twenty years in the IT industry, eight years in business development, five years in senior management roles and seven years in business performance improvement and strategy development.  Click here to view Warren's LinkedIn profile.

Caroline Bain has extensive knowledge of adult training techniques and is qualified to Cert IV TAA. She improves human performance by one-on-one or classroom training in Microsoft Office productivity software. Caroline also develops training material, writes user manuals and designs Microsoft Word templates and PowerPoint presentations.  Click here to view Caroline's LinkedIn profile.

Contact Us

Thought Croft are based in Sydney, Australia.  You can contact us on info@thoughtcroft.com.

Recent news

  • Project Holiday Import Wizard version 2.1 released I have been pretty busy in the cloud (see http://ninefold.com for details) but a few people have been asking for the holiday import wizard to be able to ...
    Posted 27 Jun 2012, 06:45 by Warren Bain
  • Project Holiday Import Wizard version 2.0 released The latest version of our tool for importing holidays into Microsoft Project calendars as non-working time has been released.  A new time range option has been icnluded which defaults ...
    Posted 6 Apr 2010, 19:40 by Warren Bain
  • Project Holiday Import Wizard version 1.2 released Our recent email to users uncovered a couple of minor errors which have been corrected along with an overall improvement in error handling in release 1.2 of the Project ...
    Posted 1 Apr 2010, 13:49 by Warren Bain
  • Project Holiday Import Wizard version 1.1 released An issue with the way Hebrew dates from the Outlook Holiday file were interpreted caused some errors in the translation of Hebrew dates into Gregorian dates.  Any date later than ...
    Posted 15 Mar 2010, 19:27 by Warren Bain
  • Holiday observance rules A new discussion regarding the handling of public holidays falling on a weekend has been created to determine how best to handle this situation in the Project Holiday Import Wizard ...
    Posted 11 Mar 2010, 22:00 by Warren Bain
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