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Variable Drawer Cash Reconciliation
When authorizing Variable Cash Drawers, you are now able to view details about the drawer, deposit, and total for both. The drawer details will be listed on the left and will display the balance, what was expected, and any variance. The middle column will list the deposit being made along with the expected deposit and any variance. The third column will display the sum of other two.
Cash Reconciliation for Deleted & Re-Named Drawers
The last Release introduced the ability to view a drawer's previous name. With this Release, that ability has been extended to closed shifts. Now, by opening a closed shift, any drawer that has been re-named will display the existing name.
Variable Drawers and Locked Days
Improvements have been made so that changes cannot be made to Variable Cash Drawers on days in the past that have been locked.
"Opening Count" and Variable Drawer Behavior Improvements
Previously, when a shift was closed on the Point of Sale, you were still required to "open" a Variable Cash Drawer, assign it to the shift, and then close it. Now, to avoid redundancy, you will no longer be required to open the drawer in these situations. The drawer's opening balance will automatically inherit the amount it had when it was last closed.
Viewing Authorized Variable Drawer Cash Reconciliations
Variable Cash Drawers which have been authorized, are now placed in a read-only state so you're still able to view the details.
Drawer Skims allow managers to hold a part of a drawer's balance until the closing of the shift. Now, you're able to enter a skim and have it reflected as part of the expected balance when you close a shift.