Support for Chris21 Users

I started System Logic in 2006 with the aim of providing an alternative method of support for Chris21 users. During this time I have been able to build up a significant client base, comprising organisations throughout Australia. Key to this is that most of my clients contact me on a regular basis when they require Chris21 support. In this way I have been able to build sound, professional relationships with the majority of my clients.

I provide support for Chris21 users in many ways. For example:

  • System upgrades and updates.
  • End of year support.
  • System configuration, for instance leave rules, accounting, security.
  • Training module.
  • Report designer.
  • E-performance.
  • Termination module.
  • System administration.

Please go the the System Logic website for more details

This type of support is what I would call direct support where I work closely with clients to address any difficulties they may be having while using Chris21. This can be on-site or more commonly now I work remotely with clients. This avoids travelling costs and also means clients don’t have to allocate a physical work station.

As part of my vision to grow a Chris21 support community I have also created the Chris21 Blog.

The Chris21 Blog has enabled me to share my knowledge of the system with interested users. I try to write blogs that are instructional and that I believe address some of the common areas of the system that users may need some help with. The Chris21 Blog is now well established with a large number of diverse blogs. I receive a lot of positive feedback from subscribers which tells me that many people are receiving some benefit from my posts. I also see a steady stream of new subscribers. This is encouraging because it means users who are actively searching for information are viewing the blog as a helpful resource.

The Chris21 Blog has helped to fill the void that was there in the past when users were searching the internet for information related to Chris21. I trust you find this resource helpful. Please let me know if you think the blog can be improved in any way.

To subscribe to The Chris21 Blog enter your name and email address on the form on this page.

Many Chris21 users are unaware that there are alternative resources available to them. If you feel you need some help or support in any area of Chris21 please feel free to contact Tony Danher on 0421 817 265 or email me at I’m confident that I will be able to help.