Usage reports shows you the exact product flow in your establishment at the end of each inventory period and the potential profit each product has on your bottom line. To get started, from the control panel, click "Usage Reports".
To see the usage reports for specific product type, click the main category that you want to view. You will always start at the usage data report.
Usage Data Report - calculates and shows you complete usage numbers from the start of an inventory period to the end of an inventory period. Each time you start a new inventory period (see create a new inventory) your ending inventory numbers here will become your starting numbers for the next period.
Usage Totals Report - keeps a historical record of your last 12 inventory period totals. This allows you to compare total usage numbers for each main category from one inventory period to the next.
Inventory Values Report - breaks down your starting inventory, cost of purchases, cost of goods used, and ending inventory values (cost) and then calculates the retail sales value for each product.
Best Sellers Report - keeps track of your top ten product performers in each category. Catch trending products to adjust your sales strategies and stay ahead of the competition.
Worst Sellers Report - Find out what products are taking up shelf space and not contributing to overall profit growth. Cut dead stock out of your inventory to improve cash flow.
Usage History Report - Bar Cop keeps historical data on each product's total usage that helps you easily compare product usage from one inventory period to the next as product's popularity and trends change. *Usage averages are used to calculate dynamic par levels in order management. Any products that have a negative usage number will show as 0.00 in the usage history report.
Stock Check Report - Learn if you're holding on to too much product by checking your top on-hand products at the end of an inventory period. Keeping too much product in stock can tie up valuable cash flow and excessive stock should be reduced. Once you have taken four complete inventories and you use Bar Cop's dynamic per levels (see dynamic par levels) for ordering, excessive stock should no longer be an issue.Have a question? Contact us