Readysell 8.36: Faster than a Bolt

Readysell 8.36: Faster than a Bolt

What? Already you say? Yes, we know it’s only been 2 weeks, but Readysell 8.36 is now rolling out to all of our Readysell 8 customers. In this release we continue our focus on making it easier for you to use Readysell and putting valuable business insights at your fingertips. And don’t worry, we’re not done yet. You can look forward to similar improvements in the releases to follow.

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Readysell 8.36: Identify and target areas for improvement with actionable metricsIdentify and target areas to improve with actionable metrics

We’ve recently compiled a number of key metrics that each dealer can use to gauge how their business is performing against similar dealers in the Office Brands group. In this release, we’re putting a number of those metrics at your fingertips by showing them on the Management Dashboard. We’ve colour coded each metric so you can spot if you’re falling behind, and you can even double click to get some advice on how to improve.

Quickly identify dead stock and lapsed/inactive customers

Clearing out dead stock and re-engaging lapsed or inactive customers are two key ways you can use the data in your system to improve the profitability of your business. To make things easier, we’ve added tailored view variants for these key scenarios. On the product list view, select the “Dead Stock” variant and on the card list view, select the “Customer Lapsed and Inactive” variant to get started.

Readysell 8.36: Navigate around effectively and never miss a detail with our latest UI tweaksNavigate around effectively and never miss a detail with our latest UI tweaks

We’ve observed that some of the most effective users of Readysell customise the user interface of their system to help them constantly improve their data and business processes. We are collaborating with these users to distil their changes into improvements that apply to and can be distributed to all Readysell users. In this release, we’ve started integrating some of these changes. You’ll notice that we’ve moved some tabs around based on common usage, we’re highlighting certain fields for emphasis and we’ve added colour-coding where it makes sense. We’ve done our best to merge these changes with any existing customistations you have, but in some cases your customisations may be lost. If that’s the case, you may need to re-create your customisations. We promise it will be worth it. We’d love to hear your feedback as we continue to make improvements in this area going forward.

Questions or comments?

Our documentation has been updated to reflect the latest changes, but we know that it can be tough to wrap your head around what’s new and how it affects you. Please open a ticket through our Support Centre and we’ll be happy to help you out.