In the latest CounterAct upgrade, Border has added new central buying facilities to allow companies with multiple branches to more easily order stock centrally and distribute around the various branches.
Other highlights in this release include the ability to send marketing documents via email with invoice and statement runs and better customer extract information for those that want to use the on-line marketing tool Mail Chimp.
Customers that process EDI invoices via Atlas can now store the supplier invoices as an archive and view them in CounterAct.
Customers who use tally cash receipt printers will now have the option to print the document number on the receipt as a barcode. This will speed up the returns process.
Finally, to add to the eBay load facility in the last issue, Border has now added the option to do the same from Amazon.
Issue notes with full details of the new release will be sent to customers with the upgrade.
This new release is available to all CounterAct users. (CounterAct upgrades are supplied as part of the customer support contract.)
CounterAct is developed in house at Border's offices in Monmouth. CounterAct upgrades are released on average 3 times per year.