Spire Release Update – up to 2.6 and counting!

Although my last blog post was, ahem, quite some time ago, a lot has happened in the world of Spire releases over the past year.

A significant number of improvements make Spire even better to use, by either adding features, automating processes, or improving reporting.

Here is a very brief list of the highlights since Spire 2.1, which was released in June of last year:

  •  User Defined Fields – can now be viewed on the screen where they can be filtered, searched, sorted and exported. (An example would be adding the dimensions of a box that could be used for shipping, or the manufacturer of an item)
  • EFT for A/P – Spire can produce the file that is sent to the bank to pay vendors electronically, simultaneously reducing costs and the exposure to fraud.
  • Batch accounts receivable – this automates the preparation of the deposit slip and the general ledger transaction that moves the deposit from a clearing account to the bank account.
  • Filters have been improved once again – they are now even easier to create and modify. The ability to create custom filters means that information is readily available right on the screen, allowing for better and faster processing and decision-making.
  • There are now an unlimited number of payment methods and UPC codes
  • While adding an order, a ‘check stock’ button displays how many of that part are available in other warehouses.
  • For customers who use lot numbers, a trace button has been added to reveal where that lot number was received or consumed.

The complete lists of improvements with accompanying videos are available in the on-line Spire manual located here.

For companies upgrading from BusinessVision, there continues to be a 100% data migration at the click of a button. Very impressive!

As always, please contact me at rita.bloem@rogers.com if you have any questions or if you are ready for a Spire demo.

 

 

 

 

2 thoughts on “Spire Release Update – up to 2.6 and counting!

    • Hi Matt
      I’m sure you’ve seen that you can export UPC codes for 1 item at a time, but I’m guessing you would like to export all of them. At this point, you would require a quick custom report to accomplish that. Let me know if you would like me to write that for you, and if so, what details and you require.
      Thanks
      Rita

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