Sales Summary Report in the Back Office
When you enter the back office, you will see all of the most important information about your sales in the ‘Sales Summary’ section.
You can set the period for the report: today, yesterday, this week, this month or custom.
Net sales is the total revenue minus the cost of discounts and sales returns.
Net Sales = Gross Sales - Discounts - Refunds
Below the Net sales amount, you can see how much more or less you made compared to the previous period in the same span of time.
Gross sales is the total revenue, calculated as the sum of all sales prior to adding any discounts, tips, and taxes. However, if the tax is already included in the price of the goods, that price is used to calculate the gross sales.
Taxes that are added to the price will not be taken into account for Gross sales.
Taxes that are included in the item price will be taken into account for Gross sales.
Cost of the modifiers is counted in Gross sales.
Discounts are not taken into account for Gross sales.
Refunds is the amount of money returned to the customers, calculated as the sum of the returned items' prices prior to adding any discounts, tips, and taxes. However, if the tax is already included in the price of the goods, that price is used to calculate refunds.
Discounts is the amount of all discounts applied to the items, calculated as the difference between the sum of discounts on sales receipts and the sum of discounts on the return receipts.
There is a diagram of Net sales for the specified period on the right side of the screen. You can choose to see the data either as a line graph or a histogram, and also group it hourly, daily, weekly, monthly, quarterly, or yearly.
Note: There is no possibility to export the Sales Summary report. Therefore, if you would like to acquire the data, you can select the needed data from the screen and copy them manually.