Here's what's new, improved, and fixed in Compleat on 26th February 2021.
Grab your delivery address from Amazon Business when you're Compleat Buying!
Placing Amazon Business orders just got smarter!
You can now select one of your saved delivery addresses in your Amazon Business account before heading back to Compleat to submit your order.
Simply add items to your Amazon Business basket as normal, head to the checkout, select your preferred delivery address, and then hop back into Compleat to code and complete your order as usual.
Then, sit back and wait for your goodies to land on the right doorstep.
We hope you like it!
Close unmatched orders for matching
Until now, the only way to deal with a permanemently unmatched order lurking in your tray was to delete it, but we knew that needed to change. Umatched orders can be an important record to keep in Compleat - for instance, when a supplier just never sent a matching invoice, or the items ordered were out of stock.
Now, you can deal with an unmatched order by closing it for matching. This means it will remain visible in your tray, but Compleat just won't attempt to match it to any incoming invoices.
To do this, hover over the order in the tray, and click Close for matching. If you change your mind later, you can hover over the order and re-open it for matching.
Enjoy this handy little update!
See invoice pack information in all the important places
We wanted to give you a little more clarity on invoice pack status when you're reviewing your invoices, so we've made a couple of improvements we think you'll like.
When you're on the Invoice Summary page of an invoice that's part of a pack, you'll now see the invoice pack reference number as part of the invoice Header. Hover over the little pink invoice pack icon against an invoice in a tray, and you'll see the reference number there, too.
Negative invoice lines posted to Sage 50 were being converted to positive
Invoices containing lines with negative values were being successfully posted to Sage 50, but the negative lines were automatically changing to a positive value upon posting.
Approvers seeing orders that weren't relevant to them
Some approvers in more complex workflows were seeing orders that weren't relevant to them.
We've identified the issue causing this and nipped it in the bud.