The Period KPI Results report offers a vital overview of costs and margins within a specified period, particularly beneficial for companies operating across multiple sites. This granular level of analysis allows organisations with multiple sites to assess and compare performance metrics, enabling informed decision-making, targeted improvements, and strategic resource allocation for each specific location. The report's site-specific data empowers companies to optimise operations, enhance efficiency, and achieve greater financial control across their diverse business landscape.
This report is available only to companies subscribed to the Inventory Management module.
This report is also only available if using the Company Periods feature.
The Period KPI Results report is an extension of the Margin Summary & Stock KPIs report, available for individual site stock periods.
Access the Period KPI Results report via: Report & Analysis > Period Results > Company Reports > Period KPI Results.
Select the required report parameter options from:
Select which sites and/or site groups to include in the report.
Select which period(s) to report on.
Select from the following options:
Split by company period (and Super Group, depending on the selected View Type), the Period KPI Results report summarises costs and margins per store within each period, displaying:
Displays the name of the site being reported on.
Displays the state that the period is in at the time of running the report.
|Closing Count Value
Displays the total value of stock at the period end.
Displays the total value of declared wastage entered during the period.
Displays total net sales taken during the period.
Displays the actual cost of sales for the period based on stock movements declared within the period and the closing count entered.
Displays the theoretical cost of sales for the period based on the cost of the recipe at the point that each product is sold.
Displays the difference between the actual cost and the theoretical cost.
Displays the actual cost of sales as a percentage of net sales.
Displays the theoretical cost of sales as a percentage of net sales.
Displays the difference between the actual and the theoretical margin.