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The End of "Oops!"

Currently in Ascend, when you open a product record, it goes right to the Quantity field.  On occasion this leads to people mistakenly changing the quantity on hand.  When they do, there’s no trace of what happened except for an inventory adjustment that says “Changed quantity within Product Editor”. In the upcoming Version 2.7 we’ve Read More

The End of the Road for Windows XP

On April 8th, 2014 Microsoft will stop supporting Windows XP. Why?  Microsoft supports their operating systems for 10 years.  XP’s 10 years are up. What does end of support mean?  Microsoft won’t spend any more time on XP.  They won’t have any new security updates, non-security hotfixes, free or paid assisted support options or online technical content updates. Read More

Success Stories

We’re Collecting Success Stories:  There are many great stories out there about dealers that, with the help of Ascend, have produced great business results.  We want to hear from you.  Your stories are learning tools and inspiration for your fellow dealers.  We’d like to tell them here on this blog. Recently Mike Wood of Team Read More

The End of Cash Drawer Carpal Tunnel

For years employees have been closing the Ascend cash drawer at the end of every transaction, whether they actually needed to put something in the drawer or not.  With Version 2.6, those days of “Cash Drawer Carpal Tunnel” are over.  You can now define which payment types will open the cash drawer.  To set this Read More

On Sale Improvements & Release Update

Last week we announced we’re back to providing you improvements in Version 2.  See below for more details about what’s coming your way. On Sale Improvements: The On Sale function in Ascend has always been a great tool for you to automatically discount specific products at point of sale for a set date range.  We’re Read More