SSCS News for July 2016
Custom Reports Continue to Evolve in Computerized Daily Book 7.5.5
Salinas, CA, July 21, 2016 —Service Station Computer Systems, Inc. (SSCS) announces the release of the Computerized Daily Book™ (CDB) 7.5.5, the latest version of SSCS’s flagship back office system for convenience stores and gas stations.
The new release contains an expansion of our Custom Reports feature, which allows users to create and design sales reports choosing from a pre‐determined set of values. We have added the ability to plot information from fuel bills of lading, including invoice #, gross volume, and net volume. Information for up to three bills of lading may be included in a custom report, each value appearing in its own column.
In addition to the above enhancement, CDB 7.5.5 also adds the ability to set age restrictions for items sent from the CDB to the NCR Radiant and the VeriFone Sapphire, Commander Site Controller, and Ruby Ci point-of-sale systems. SSCS users who wish to see a complete list of enhancements can view the CDB Enhancement list on the SSCS Portal.
CDB 7.5.5 is available now. With CDB 7.5.4 released less than two months ago, CDB 7.5.5 is indicative of our ongoing efforts to streamline our release process and deploy enhancements more rapidly.
About SSCS: Headquartered in Salinas, California, Service Station Computer Systems, Inc. (SSCS) is a leading supplier of back-office management and automation solutions to retailers in the convenience store, auto repair, and fuel wholesaling industries. Leveraging more than 30 years of experience in the industry, SSCS also provides franchise solutions to some of the largest oil companies in the industry. The Computerized Daily Book (CDB), the company’s flagship software program, has been installed in over 15,000 retail locations.