Sales Analysis

1.     Reports>Sales Analysis

2.     Choose the desired dates
3.     Employee Filter: Will allow you to choose ALL* employees or a specific employee.
         *If ran for ALL employees all the data will be combined in the report as the whole business.
4.     Run for Each Employee Filter: If chosen the report will breakdown each employee with their own sales analysis within the same report.

Sales: Includes earnings for each of the categories. This will NOT include Tax.
         ** Earnings for Memberships includes any recurring membership enrollment fees and recurring payments throughout the time period selected.
Tickets: Shows the total number of tickets for the dates selected. Each Per Ticket category is an average income (Ex. Total service sales / total ticket count how you figure out the average)
Clients: All new clients for the time period selected. The Repeat is how many of those new clients returned to your business.
Full Report
The rest of the report will break down your service sales, retail sales, packages sales and membership sales.

Sales: Depending on the category you are looking at. Is providing you with a straightforward sales number of what the revenue is in the selected period.
         Ex. If the count is 5, that means you have 5 sales/under that category. So it will add all 5 sales. Then show under the Sales column.
Average: Out of the total of your sales what was the average amount.
         Ex. Let's say you are looking at your service sales. If the under the sales column it has $225 and your count is 4. It is dividing $225 by 4, which would give you $56.25 as your average.
% of Total: Out of the total what percentage did that particular service/product make up for.
         Ex. Let’s say you are looking under the service sales category. Partial highlights has 1.01% for % of Total. This means that out of all your services you have performed, 1.01% has been partial highlights.
Note: The Sales Analysis report will NOT include Tax.


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