Log into app.abacus.co as HQ and click the BI icon in order to see all your sales reports across all your stores.
Although each report is different, the tools to help you interpret them are the same.
Your daily sales for all stores will be displayed here.
Sales Summary (By Store)
A summary of the sales for each store will be displayed here, broken down into the average sales based on the number of transactions.
Cash Register Group
If one of your sites is particularly large, you can separate its cash registers into groups. This means you can compare, for example, the sales made at the cash register group near the bar and the sales made at the cash register group near the front door.
This requires setting up “Cash Register Groups” on the POS backend, and manually assigning each POS iPad to a group.
You can separate multiple companies (a.k.a. sites, stores) into groups, so you can compare, for example, the sales made by your bars, and the sales made by your restaurants.
This requires setting up “Company Groups” and manually assigning each company to a group.
This report compares your sales for up to 4 separate periods, for any combination of stores.
The boxes show:
- Average Sales Per Transaction
- Guest Count*
- Average Spend per person*
*Guest Count and Spend Per Person will only be calculated for stores that use a guest count on the POS
Product Sales Activity
This report compares the sales of your products across any combination of your stores
Top Selling Products
This report compares the sales of your products across your stores.
This report compares the type of tender used in your stores (e.g. cash, credit card, voucher).
Cash Register Report
This report shows when the POS Register was opened, closed, and whether there was any variance. It also includes a breakdown of sales by payment method.
This report counts how many customers there were every hour, and the average sales.
Buying Behaviour only covers paying customers. Regardless of guest count, customers are calculated by the number of people who pay (including via split payment).
For example, if 2 people dine, but only 1 person pays, that is considered to be only 1 customer.
This report shows the sales for your registered customers.