Announcing Computerized Daily Book 7.5.14
Highlights of our flagship back office system’s latest release.
SSCS has released the newest version of the Computerized Daily Book (CDB), version 7.5.14, which is currently rolling out. Here’s a brief look at some highlights.
For starters, we are pleased to announce that the CDB now supports the Wayne NAMOS™ point-of-sale (POS), providing a seamless transfer of sales information between this POS and our back office software. The NAMOS is Wayne’s contemporary answer to help retailers address the demands of today’s gas station and convenience store market, and we’re happy to offer a solution option that allows users to capitalize on this new POS technology.
CDB 7.5.14 also introduces our updated, revised, expanded online help, which is integrated into the application. SSCS users can consult September’s tip of the month to find out the details of how the new help improves their overall user experience by providing clear, easy-to-follow detail on the abundance of CDB features.
Our powerful custom reports module, which allow users to build reports using the key performance indicators (KPIs) that mean the most to them, continues to add data points that allow even more design flexibility for convenience store owners and decision makers. Building reports to address your own specific operational requirements has never been easier; with the advent of this release the number of metrics available to plot is approaching 100.
We’ve also improved our EDI module by allowing Vendor IDs in the vendor’s delivery file—which sometimes display in a “non-CDB standard” format—to be mapped to recognizable Vendor IDs in the CDB. This will make interpretation of the information in the delivery file easier and faster.
This post touches upon only part of the release. To get the full rundown, SSCS users can access the enhancement list on the SSCS Portal (once you log in, click the Enhancement menu and click Computerized Daily Book). The same enhancement list is also available in the CDB User Guide and the online help that we mentioned above.
See you next week. Here’s a preview of what to expect to keep you interested: