New Features

When will I have these features or updates?

You will have the feature or update when your Paladin POS version number is greater than or equal to the build number on the notice. You can always check your Paladin POS version number using the steps outlined below. You can also monitor the current Beta and General release numbers in the Weekly Paladin Development Update email.

When can I use these features?

You can use a feature when your Paladin Point of Sale version number is larger than or the same as the build number in the feature announcement. To find your Paladin Point of Sale version number, click How do I find the Paladin Point of Sale version I am using? How do I find the version of Paladin Point of Sale that I am using?Check Version

  1. Open Paladin POS.
  2. On the Help menu, click About.
  3. When the About Paladin POS window appears, look for the Version number.
  4. If the third number in the series of four numbers that make up the Version number (###.###.####.###) is greater than the Build number in this notice, this feature or update is available to you.

Example: If the build number on the notice is 9045 and your version number is 1.905.9884.2, you have the feature or update because 9884 is greater than 9045.

IMPORTANT: New Features are usually announced before they are available in Paladin Point of Sale.

 Hover for more info. The public release can take up to several weeks due to testing and verification. The Build date in the feature notice identifies a software build and does not reflect when this update or feature is available in your store.

Webinar: Best Practices: Year End Prep

We invite you to attend our webinar, Tuesday, December 5, 2017, from 9:00-9:30 AM PST. On or before December 31st, you’ll need to have Paladin Point of Sale run a few important financial reports. These reports are essential to prepare for tax season this coming April....

New Triple E fuel system integration

Build: 2_926 Build date:  9-Aug-17 Case 81424 A new Triple E Technologies integration lets you manage your customers’  Triple E fuel purchases and fuel inventory—all within Paladin Point of Sale. Powered by Paladin’s EDI feature, this integration will do the...

Webinar: Best Practices: Suggested Ordering

We invite you to attend our webinar, Tuesday, November 14, 2017, from 9:00-9:30 AM PST. Paladin analyzes your store’s sales history to reveal the items your customers will want in the weeks to come. The result: suggested ordering. Suggested ordering is highly...

True Value Rewards nightly uploads

Build: 2_837 Build date: 11-Aug-17 This feature only applies to True Value hardware stores that use or are interested in True Value Rewards. We’ve added nightly upload support for stores who participate in the True Value Rewards program. If you are interested in the...

New customer types

Build: 2_934 Build date:  11-Aug-17 Four new contractor customer types are available to help you categorize your customers. The new types are: Electrical Contractor Painting Contractor Plumbing/HVAC Contractor Landscaping/Irrigation Contractor Additionally, the...

Weekly feature and update summary: October 12-18, 2017

The following feature and update announcements were published in the last week and are currently available in your store, or will be soon. For details, click the title. Feature or update Build number Type Requested Ace Rewards updates for charge customers allowed...

Yard orders exclude manager override notes

Build: 2_864 Build date: 1-Sep-17 Case 85179 When a manager override is used during checkout, a note is added to the invoice. If you print a yard order for the sale, this note will be excluded.

Requested Ace Rewards updates for charge customers allowed

Build: 2_851 Build date:  23-Aug-17 Case 86746 When a Paladin Point of Sale customer with charge privileges is making a purchase, and the Ace Rewards Member Information Update window appears, the cashier can update the customer’s information. These updates are only...