Reporting on Purchases, Orders, Sales, etc.

Make your business decisions based on concrete data with Rackbeat’s reporting. Generate reports on everything from purchases, orders and sales to reorders, financial inventory values and counts.


Your inventory-driven business becomes more sustainable and adaptable when you base your daily operations on data and concrete figures rather than guesswork, gut feelings or notes. With Rackbeat, you have the opportunity to generate reports on everything from purchases, financial inventory values and sales to counts, reorders and transactions. That way, you always have a complete overview of the past, allowing you to shape the future.

Reporting on Purchases, Orders, Sales, etc.

Get a Complete Overview of Your Inventory Movements

You have many reporting options when you choose Rackbeat. However, they all share the ability to choose a specific date range and see how your items have moved within the selected period. With the report on your financial inventory value, for example, you can get an overview of the capital tied up in your inventory – i.e., your costs multiplied by the quantity of the product in stock. In your sales statistics, you can stay updated on the contribution margin for your sales by employee, a specific item or a customer. This information can be effectively used to base reorder reminders for purchasing new items. Additionally, the purchasing statistics allow you to generate reports on all items received from various suppliers.


Of course, you can also access your count reports in Rackbeat when you want to see which and how many items you have, or have had, in stock. You can filter based on your different locations and choose to view the stock count for individual items or at the product group level. If you need a comprehensive overview of all movements for a specific item, you can go to the reporting on your item ledger card, where all purchases, sales and adjustments will be displayed.


You can generate reports in both the basic and premium packages.



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