In this release we are enabling improved match rates in cash reconciliations with two new features, and continuing to improve the user experience with our pages.
Updates to camt.053
A new version of the camt.053 file format is now available. This version introduces the recipient account field, which contains a VIBAN account number available under the following path in the camt.053 schema: Stmt/Ntry/NtryDtls/TxDtls/Refs/Prtry/Ref
Be the first to try our latest features on Cash and increase your match rates! We're thrilled to introduce not one but two new features on the Cash Module.
Explore Conditional tolerances, allowing you to define amount tolerances (percentage or numeric) for enhanced control over transaction matching outcomes. Tailor tolerances to different transaction types, enhancing efficiency in proposed matches or auto-matching scenarios.
Proposed automatches is another powerful feature being released this month. With proposed automatches, you can configure rules to move potential matches into a queue automatically for review and approval. Use this when you're introducing new data or changes to data sets and you want to check before it is fully matched.
If you are interested in utilising any of these features please reach out to your Duco representatives.
New look of the Exceptions workflow pages
The new look and feel that's being deployed across the platform is now available on the exceptions workflow setting pages for faster, easier navigation.
New look of the Configuration import request page
This month we have refreshed the configuration import request page. We have used the latest technologies to make sure you can benefit from improved performance and a sleek view of these pages. This includes the ability to sort, filter, resize and pin columns as well as benefit from infinite scroll, so you don’t have to bother with pagination.
To approve or reject import, click on the checkbox and navigate to the “Actions” bar on the right hand side.
If there is a mapping that requires review, clicking on the ID of the process will prompt you to include or exclude metadata associated with the import.
Distinguish exceptions easier with new label colours
We have added 15 new label colours, giving you a total of 20 to choose from to distinguish the exceptions easier.
Note: the new colours will be defaulted to grey in the old UI, so make sure you are using our new Exceptions Management interface to use all the benefits.
|User cannot search processes containing special characters
|Fix implemented to handle special characters when using search bar in processes page
|Not possible to view Data Prep snapshot when applying change request with pending submissions.
|Fixed an issue where the user was unable to view data in the Data Prep snapshot which was created when applying a configuration change request if the Data Prep process had pending submissions.
|User name not displayed in new UI if deleted
|Name of the user who triggered the run is not displayed properly if they have been deleted.
|Some records are not included in result export
|Manually matched records are missing when exporting results to Excel from the Accepted bucket using the Current view option.
|Setting issue with connected processes not shown properly
|Incorrect error message shown when linking a decimal field to an integer field in Connected Processes.
|Discrepancy between XSD vs XML export in some scenarios
|The "to" field in Workflow can be empty in some business scenarios.
|Match counts in run history were incorrect
|In run history, graphs and on-hover display were showing wrong numbers for match counts.