Keep track of sales as they happen with the admin dash POS panels. This is a real advantage if you are not on site.
Finding abnormalities in performance is easy with the automated target system. The system offers various efficiency reports.
The transaction tool makes it easy to inspect transactions by employee or customer, in a date range or one specific day.
Easily follow historical data on stock levels in-store, sold and added. This tool makes it easy to prevent carrying too much inventory.
Leverage the advantages of setting targets and measuring sales performance.
Automated Sales Targets
Sales targets get generated and are dynamically updated during the end of day balance. Targets are calculated according to historical data. The day of the week, month, week and shifts are all incorporated into calculating targets.
Encourage cashiers to reach targets
Each cashier sees a target indication while logged into their console. This helps them to understand how they are performing in real-time.
Performance Features Overview
- Sales Performance.
- Sales Targets.
- Stock Holding.
Spend less time wondering what is happening in your business and stay up to date to the second. This becomes really important if you are managing your business remotely or have multiple outlets to manage. The admin dash provides a wealth of information that intuitively gives you the in’s and out’s of what is going on in your business.
The sales Chart provides real-time transaction information that is colour coded according to the cashier and also points out items sold on special. This chart shows the biggest single transaction value and the average of all transactions made. In the image below, the part marked Target Performance, is a bar chart indicating live sales in regard to the target set for that shift. This really helps to make the decision to close the shop or carry on making sales. To the right of the image below, the section marked as Performance Bar Chart is a global summary of all the cashiers put together for the date selected.
The Staff Performance image is a tool that indicates how each staff member performed on each shift with regard to the target set for that shift. Other factors are incorporated, like shortages, to calculate a global comparable efficiency per staff member. With this, you can quickly see who is the better performing staff member and make sure you have them on your more important shifts.
Having sales targets to work towards comes with various advantages. Some of these advantages are that you can prepare inventory better for busier times, and place your best performing staff on the more important shifts. Apart from the reasons stated before, you can also easily spot problems. In cases where staff are not making their targets, you can be sure that something is going on.
The second image shows a screen captured on the POS node. This tool shows staff members a summary of their performance, rank, and shifts to come when planned by management. The chart on this image display performance per shift for the last 16 shifts. Here, each staff member can see how they are doing.
The last image shows the target indicator for the current shift. That means that the staff knows how they are performing according to targets and hopefully becomes inspired to reach their targets. This works especially well if you implement an incentive system.
The transaction tool allows for each separate transaction to be inspected in full detail. The summary page can be filtered by date or date range, and according to the cashier. The information shown includes the customer’s profile image, name, time of the transaction, the total spent, and the products included in the transaction. Showing single transaction details is easy with the info button.
Always know how your inventory levels are keeping up. The stock holding tool gives notes regarding stock movement and retention. The chart represents a Percentage of the values below. This allows tracking of movement in the sections displayed. The difference between Cost and Retail. Retail bigger, represents a gain in Foot cost (38% -> 35%). Cost, bigger, represents a Loss in Foot cost (35% -> 38%).