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Computerized Daily Book 7.4.14 Provides Increased Flexibility for Handling Mix and Match Promotions

Latest release of SSCS’s back office software broadens promotion compatibility with latest versions of leading point-of-sale systems, in addition to numerous other enhancements.

Service Station Computer Systems, Inc. (SSCS) announces the release of the Computerized Daily Book™ (CDB) 7.4.14, the latest version of SSCS’s flagship back office system for C-stores, auto repair facilities, and fuel retailers.

This version of the CDB introduces many new enhancements designed to help petroleum retailers increase profitability, leading with an improved ability to align with the way the industry’s leading point-of-sale (POS) systems handle combo and mix and match promotions. POS systems supported by this feature include the Gilbarco Passport, VeriFone Sapphire/Commander Site Controller, Wayne Nucleus, Radiant Systems Radiant 6, and Comdata Trendar SmartDESQ. For the technically inclined, the new POS promotion options supported are Amount Off Each Item Group and Percent Off Each Item Group.

CDB 7.4.14 includes other features that make the management of promotions easier and more convenient for users. Multiple promotions can now be copied across multiple sites. Item Groups, a building block of promotions in the CDB, can likewise be group transferred across multiple sites and group deleted, as well. When viewing promotions in a list, the user now has the option to filter that list to display only those promotions that are currently active.

Other key features introduced in CDB 7.4.14 include the addition of a Days Remaining sort to the Inventory Days Remaining report that shows how many days of stock are left on an item or items based on their historical usage. The ability to post Fuel Delivery invoices and Paidouts to a future shift (already available for sales invoices) has also been added.

Additional 7.4.14 highlights are as follows:

  • The ability to copy multiple vendor records across multiple sites.
  • The ability to copy multiple customer records across multiple sites
  • For Radiant 6 users, the ability to specify that car wash items be prohibited from being sold at the pump..

CDB 7.4.14 is available now. For more information about the application and other SSCS solutions please contact Al Stoeberl at the above listed number.

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.

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