We are just about to start sending out the latest CounterAct update (2-8B) to our customers. (All Border customers receive system updates as part of their support contract.)
Highlights of the issue include the ability to mass release delivery notes, an option to use thermal printers to print account collection and return notes as well as cash receipts.
We have some added some enhancements to how CounterAct deals with special products.
On a supplier account you can now specify a default product group which is used for new special products from that supplier.
Coming soon in CounterAct release 2-8B, we will add another feature which will allow you to specify the default margin you should be making on new special products from that supplier. For example, you specify 30% and CounterAct automatically will put M30 into the special selling field in sales and orders.
In the latest CounterAct software release (2-7B), we have made a number of improvements to CounterAct’s document management options.
CounterAct now has the facility to add and link documents for viewing in customer orders, directs, customer details, quotations, purchase orders and returns to suppliers.
In addition to being able to archive returns to suppliers, supplier delivery notes can also be scanned and stored against purchase orders.
All these document management options are included as standard in the core CounterAct system.
In its latest CounterAct upgrade (2-6B), we have made a number of improvements to CounterAct’s graphical point of sale and customer
order screens to further streamline and improve the order entry process.
A new chargeable option is the Buying Control Panel. This is designed to give an overall picture for company buyers. CounterAct can be set to raise recommended orders automatically overnight where products are required in addition to supplier orders being raised on a diary basis.