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2019 Features and Benefits

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2019

Android:

Features

Benefits

  • Printable count report (February)
  • On the Inventory Warehouse app, a physical count report can be printed before it sends over. The report includes warehouse and item info and can be controlled in the Device Reports section under "Company Options."
  • Ability to search by city and account number on handheld (March)
  • On the bMobile customer screen in the application, you can search by city or customer number to find your customers.
  • Kits allowed to be used on Invoice (March)
  • You can use kit templates during the invoice process so you can select one kit and have it prefill the items to the load screen.
  • Kits allowed to be used on Android Load (March)
  • You can use kit templates during the load process so you can select one kit and have it prefill the items to the load screen.
  • Kits allowed to be used on Customer Guide (March)
  • You can use kit templates during the customer guide process so you can select one kit and have it prefill the items to the guide screen.
  • Change prices in a presale made from the desktop (March)
  • You can edit the price of a desktop-made presale from anywhere.
  • Non-Stop descriptions for presales (April)
  • You can capture different Non-Stop descriptions in presales. For example, you can specify whether items were picked up or not and have the information stored in the bMobile Desktop database.
  • Control suggested column on unload screen (April)
  • The Android unload screen suggested column can pay attention to the unload checkboxes on the desktop, allowing you to control what the suggested amount is yourself and keep good product returns.
  • See item descriptions on End-of-Day unload screen (April)
  • You can see the descriptions of items in the End of Day unload screen.
  • Make memo payments with selected invoices in Payment Portal and Android (May)
  • A memo on a payment from bMobile Android can show the invoices that were selected, allowing you to send the info to QuickBooks. From there, a user in QuickBooks can choose to apply the payment to the chosen invoice.

eCommerce:

  • Alert company when a payment has been made in Payment Portal (March)
  • Whenever a user makes a payment in eCommerce, an email can be sent to the accounting department of the company.
  • Highlight overdue invoices in Payment Portal (March)
  • On the eCommerce website, overdue invoices are highlighted to be quickly noticeable.
  • Add unspecified payments in Payment Portal (March)
  • When a setting is applied, users can make a payment without selecting which invoice they want to apply it to or the type of setting applied.
  • View invoice details as a popup (March)
  • Invoice details are viewed as a popup instead of opening in a new tab.
  • Totals and summary at the top of eCommerce payments page (March)
  • At the top of the payments page, there is important information such as totals and how much is left to pay.
  • Adjustable background transparency on website (March)
  • You can adjust the transparency of a background image as well as other design features on an eCommerce website so you are responsible for the site and not bMobile.
  • Ability to customize eCommerce order confirmation email (March)
  • You can customize the confirmation order email sent to customers. For example, you can customize the email to be in multiple languages and include information about your company.

Desktop:

  • Edit records with a button in inventory history grid (February)
  • You can press an edit button to change a record directly from inventory history instead of having to open a different list when looking for an item by order.
  • Display work orders and presales created on route in presale summary (February)
  • You can view a sum of work orders and presales in an End-of-Day presale summary to help reconcile your routes.
  • Negative Quantity Item Invoices (March)
  • Print invoices that list items with negative quantities.
  • Permanent PO button on vendor order screen (March)
  • You can send vendor orders to the PO system to be received and modified before being sent to Sage as complete.
  • Schedule routes using business days with calendar (March)
  • You can schedule routes for business days using a calendar, even while utilizing scheduled stops.
  • Vendor order Inventory on-hand exception (March)
  • You can change the vendor order based on overages and shortages by day. This prevents the vendor order from cutting product needed on a certain day when the inventory can only be sold on a different day.
  • Send purchase order to Sage (March)
  • You can send a PO to Sage right before sending the receipt of goods, giving you a record to post the receipt against.
  • Merge purchase orders (March)
  • You can take multiple PO records and consolidate them to one record.
  • Web user create date when signing up (April)
  • Web users have created dates on sign up that can be used to send emails and promotions to them.
  • View variance field in End-of-Day report (April)
  • You can view the variance field in an End-of-Day report to determine when a route is short or over.
  • Remove parent of Customer/Inventory in QBO (April)
  • You can remove the parent of a customer or item when importing from QuickBooks Online to shorten the field length.
  • Load Sheet is an editable Device Report (April)
  • You can edit the Load Sheet Report so items can fit on the receipt without wrapping.
  • Send Email Purchase Orders to Email (May)
  • You can send purchase orders to a list of emails setup on the vendor, removing the need to preview, print, and then scan to email.
  • Record Auditing - option to limit, disable or allow infinite days (May)
  • You have the option to limit or disable the change track system to prevent the database from getting bloated.
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