Dashboards include a set of predefined dashboards that will give you an at-a-glance overview of your company’s economical situation.
There are three categories* of dashboards:
Profit is all total income of a business within a given period.
Profit consists of all the income that the business has had during an accrued time frame. As a rule, this involves earnings from invoiced goods and services, cash sales, and other income.
Accumulated profit is the sum of previous periods, plus the current period.
In the income statement, all operating revenues and operating expenses for the current financial year are set up. By calculating the difference between all income and all expenses, you arrive at the annual result before tax.
Accumulated profit before tax is the sum of previous periods, plus the current period before tax.
Working capital is the money you need to support short-term operations. It is this focus on the short term that distinguishes working capital from longer-term investments in fixed assets or R&D. Working capital is the difference between current assets and current liabilities. “Current” again refers to the fact that these items fluctuate in the short term, increasing or decreasing along with operating activities. Generally, these are assets that can be converted into cash within the next 12 months or operating cycle, such as inventory and accounts receivable. Current assets include cash, short-term investments, accounts receivable and inventories.
The current ratio is a popular metric used across the industry to assess a company’s short-term liquidity with respect to its available assets and pending liabilities. In other words, it reflects a company’s ability to generate enough cash to pay off all its debts once they become due. It’s used globally as a way to measure the overall financial health of a company.
The acid-test ratio, commonly known as the quick ratio, uses a firm’s balance sheet data as an indicator of whether it has sufficient short-term assets to cover its short-term liabilities.
This age-distributed balance list shows all overdue items per customer.
This age-distributed balance list shows all non-overdue items per customer.
This report shows the company’s ten largest customers.
This age-distributed balance list shows all overdue items per supplier.
This age-distributed balance list shows all non-overdue items per supplier.
This report shows the company’s ten largest suppliers.
TIP: You can change the Chart of Account to suit your business needs.