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SSCS Releases CDB 7.4.24

Latest release includes EDI for Fuel Delivery Invoices

SSCS is pleased to announce that it has released a new version of its flagship back office system, the Computerized Daily Book (CDB).

Headlining the release is the CDB’s expanded EDI receive and convert function which adds the software’s ability to consume fuel delivery invoices from fuel suppliers (in compatible formats) and populate a CDB purchase transaction with the information relevant to your daily record-keeping.

SSCS EDI for Fuel

This feature is part of an ongoing expansion and refinement of the CDB’s EDI module, and includes a Product Mapping feature that allows your CDB fuel products and tank numbers to align with corresponding information as it is provided in your fuel supplier’s delivery file. This, in addition to the software’s already existing vendor mapping function, ensure a smooth flow of data from the delivery file into the CDB.

SSCS Computerized Daily Book Logo

In other fuel related enhancements, we’ve added complete fuel inventory information—Tank #, Product, Open, Add, Sales, Close, Volume, and Over/Short—to the End of Day report. And we’ve added copy to clipboard functionality to the fuel site totals report for easy export to a CSV or tab-delimited file. In addition you can now include or exclude fuel sales on the Income and Expense Statement based on a filter you set.

Other highlights of the release include:

  • Verification of payment for the current shift as well as past shifts.
  • Enhanced vendor filter options on the Line Item Site Totals report, which is now labeled to clarify whether inventory adjustments are included or excluded.

A complete list of the enhancements of this and every SSCS release is always available to SSCS users on the SSCS Blog. Click here and enter your customer ID when prompted.