Readysell “Isaac” May 2021 update

Readysell “Isaac” May 2021 update

We’re pleased to announce that Readysell 8.59 (codename “Isaac”) is rolling out progressively to all of our Readysell 8 customers. This release is focused on implementing some important service enhancements, improvements to the framework of the whole application, and actioning bugs that have been reported over the last period.

New feature Development

16038 – Users can now generate, print and scan barcodes from cards to be used in sale transactions. This label can be downloaded from Readysell Store. “Card Label”

15570 – Added the ability to use variables in email batch template subject line.

16053 – Readysell Import/Export now allows users to import service call activities into an existing service call.

15838 – oData v3 is now importing new fields (Details, Specification, UNSPSC) to the price book and product details.

15970 – If a card’s default site is changed, Readysell now sends the previous site as ‘Inactive’ and the new site as ‘Active’ to external core systems (where implemented) through the ‘Business Intelligence’ task.

16044 – Email batch for Sale Quotes, now includes a URL link to web for customer to modify product quantity in quote

15562 – Added new fields ‘Price Import Adjustment Factor’ on Product, and ‘Cost Import Adjustment Factor’ on Product Supplier, for multiply or divide Sell Price/Cost when doing an import from Group or Suppliers.

Bug Fixed:

15923 – Barcodes are now being added to products when importing from a DDO or DD2 file.

16035 – We have fixed an issue where some product images were not getting fetched from the web.

16058 – While creating a service order – if a machine and technician were assigned – an issue resulted where the event would appear on the schedule without the machine’s location. This has been resolved, and the machine location now appears on the schedule.

16074 – We have Increased the maximum allowed character length for the following fields in ‘Bank Reconciliation’: ‘Payment reference’; ‘Matched reference’, and ‘Search reference’. We have also increased the maximum allowed length for the column named ’Default Order Unit Code’ for product suppliers in the price book

16060 – An issue was identified where POS was missing the Customer on an Order after it was converted from a Sale. This issue now has been fixed.

16014 – A one-cent discrepancy was identified between a web order and a Readysell order after it was imported. This issue now has been fixed. Readysell will create another sale order line called ‘Rounding’.