Sales Reports

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The sales reports exist to help you analyze your sales and trends by looking at a complete history of your data.

 

The sales reports are very similar to the revenue reports; the difference is that the sales report is to review when sales are made. the revenue is the review when the sales convert.

 

The sales reports contain the following data to help you see how much sales you have received.

Item - the name of the item or category for the sales

Sales - this is the net sales or sales before fees and taxes

Fee - Fees are associated with the sale.

Tax - the total tax charged for the sale.

Total - this is the gross sales or sales plus tax and fees.

 

The Reports

Total

This report shows a summary of all the sales received during the time period arranged by the overall groups POS Unit and Other The detail here for POS or Unit will show the categories or rate plans respectively

Unit Sales by Rate Plan

This report shows the total unit sales arranged by each rate plan. The detail will show each unit assigned to the rate plan.

Unit Sales by Unit

In addition to the standard sales report information this report also contains information about occupancy including ADR (average daily rate) and RevPAR (sales per available room). The details show each night the room was used during the time period.

POS Sales by Category

This report will show you your total POS sales arranged by category. The details will be each POS item in the category.

POS Sales by Item

This report is the most detailed POS sales report and the detail will show you each time other item was sold.

By Sales Account

This report shows you your total sales for the time period with each item in the sales account it was assigned to.

By Package

This report lets you see each of the packages for the time period and what items they included

 

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