Using data from your retail POS to generate custom reports that'll help you better understand your customers, employees and business.
Take the steps needed to truly optimize your inventory by increasing turns, improving margin, and always having the right products on hand to take advantage of consumer demand.
Compare sales that are trending, by month, compared to previous years.
See how your monthly profits are trending, by month, compare percentage profit difference from previous years.
A quick overview of your daily revenue.
Includes: Item, item metrics, multi-shop, sell-through. Does not include customer, employee, sales line.
View inventory that’s been in stock for over 180 days but hasn’t sold.
Identify which products are selling well and need to be restocked.
Shows items that are low in stock and the number of days until they're estimated to sell out.
Compare the percentage of items received vs. sold by category.
Flag items that have 0% or 100% margin sale lines.
A list of items that haven't been assigned a category.
See how many days since inventory has been counted.
A list of sales that employees entered as miscellaneous.
Track the rate at which you sold through and replenished your entire stock.
Shows how much profit you made on each dollar invested in inventory.
Develop easy and repeatable processes to build marketing campaigns that really work! Stop guessing what you should be including in your marketing messages, and start using data to identify the right products and target them to the right customers
Shows pairs of products that customers often buy together to maximize product upsell and bundling opportunities.
Generate a list of customers segmented by specifically set purchase histories to help find the right audience for your upcoming promotion.
See the lifetime dollar value that return customers have spent at your store and the number of days since their last purchase.
Identify employees that are performing at or above expectations so you can reward them easily and effectively!
See a snapshot of your entire staff's sales performance compared to the number of hours worked over a certain time period to verify the high or low performers.
See each employee’s sales performance month over month over a certain time period.
See how effectively each employee is capturing a customer’s information at the time of a sale.
Evaluate the percentage of an employee’s sales that include an upsell. Most typically used to evaluate the upsells of lower price items onto a high priced item.
An overview of sales on your busiest days of the week and hours of the day.