Paladin POS has split control of Rewards programs and data upload programs into two unique systems. This allows you to offer a customer rewards program like Paladin’s Rich Rewards while simultaneously supporting a data upload request from your favorite supplier.
If you have interest in supporting dual programs, or perhaps skipping the entire customer rewards concept and want to use only the data upload services, contact a Paladin Customer Service specialist for details regarding the combination of features you desire.
The definition of an EDI is “a method for transferring data between different computer systems or … networks1.” An EDI is used to transfer data, allowing you to send information electronically.
Paladin is constantly adding new EDI integrations to the list, giving you access to a constantly growing list of barcode suppliers.
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A few weeks ago Ace Hardware provided an internet based high speed order system to Paladin Data Corp. This version of Paladin POS fully supports the new Ace Hardware system. We know everyone will be disappointed to see their 1980’s technology modems retired, but we’re certain you will find something to fill the time saved by moving to high speed orders.
Paladin’s History Viewers (found under the magnifying glass icons) have a beneficial new feature you are likely to enjoy.
Every History Viewer now sports a new button at the bottom right of the display labeled “Report”. Click this button, or press Alt+ R, and the entire contents of the History Viewer display is loaded into an Excel worksheet. From this display you may print a copy for a customer or supplier, or use any of Excel’s powerful sorting or find features to locate the exact information you seek.
What it Takes to Be a Successful Small Business
Montana Ace of Missoula, Montana has recently celebrated their 20th year of running a successful business. Congratulations for all the hard work, Stew and Meg Weis!
Montana Ace has been cultivating their customer base since 1993. As the numbers began to rise, they have branched off to open other stores. Their success shows us how a friendly, family-run business can rise up and succeed in today’s economy.
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With a significant portion of Paladin POS able to be run directly from a keyboard (without a mouse), this enhancement brings a commonly used area also under keyboard control. Our Primary Command Icons (Invoice/Quote, Customers, Inventory…) now respond to new keyboard commands.
Notice these icons now display a single digit number inside a white circle in the top right corner of each icon. You may press and hold the ALT key while tapping the displayed number to access that Command Icon. Verify your NUM LOCK light is on before attempting these new Alt commands from your ten key pad.
Paladin POS now allows full sheet quotes to be emailed to customers. From the F7 Print Quote function of the Checkout screen, you may press the number 6 or click the option for Email Quote.
If the customer doesn’t have an email address defined or the email feature is not turned on, option #6 will be grayed out.
“There were a lot of features that made the choice easy.”
Circle S Hardware has been independently owned and operated by the Schultz family since 1992, when Marvin Schultz saw a need for a community hardware store in Magnolia, TX, a small town about 45 miles northwest of Houston. In 2002, Marvin sold the business to his son Heath, whose extensive retail experience has helped foster the customer-friendly atmosphere that keeps people coming back. What began as a one-building, half-acre operation eventually expanded to four buildings on over two acres, offering a wealth of products and services for their community.
Paladin Development has significantly enhanced the relationship between open purchase orders and the EDI invoices received from your suppliers. With this release of Paladin POS, every line of an EDI invoice directly updates the open purchase order(s) used to create the electronic order. What this means to your store is that you have a clean, completely automatic means to support both backorders from your EDI suppliers, and to maintain quantity on order from suppliers other than your primary EDI source.