Performance Analysis Software

Many businesses that trade in a number of products often find that stock available for the best sellers is lower than desired while the lower volume products often suffer from inventory build up. A consistent lack of balance between sales and stock is often a "double cash whammy"! - both from missed sales and having cash tied up in products that are selling slowly or not at all!

This business performance tool has been designed to allow you to assess the current Profit and Loss performance of your operation, at any stage of the financial year, and determine whether, under current financial conditions, the P & L trends are likely to deliver an acceptable operating profit. And if not, what will! 

This basic calculator allows you to input a unit cost price and then applies a range of ‘selected’ mark-up percentages to that unit price. The selling price, profit margin and gross profit per unit are then calculated. 

This basic calculator allows you to input a unit cost price and then applies a range of ‘selected’ mark-up percentages to that unit price.  The selling price, profit margin and gross profit per unit are then calculated.

This simple tool allows you to generate a number of basic ‘what-if’ situations regarding operating profit. The idea is that you can select a dollar value profit target for your business – a month, a quarter or a year – it is simply a specific period output. By adding costs and gross margin, the level of sales required is generated, along with the breakeven sales point. 

This simple tool allows you to generate a number of basic ‘what-if’ situations regarding operating profit. The idea is that you can select a dollar value profit target for your business – a month, a quarter or a year – it is simply a specific period output. By adding costs and gross margin, the level of sales required is generated, along with the breakeven sales point.

This exercise uses more detail over a more immediate active trading period (the last, or any, six month period) and involves more attention to expense details. The outcome of analysis from this tool can be used to alter and improve current Profit and Loss trends in the next tool. 

This exercise uses more detail over a more immediate active trading period (the last, or any, six month period) and involves more attention to expense details. The outcome of analysis from this tool can be used to alter and improve current Profit and Loss trends in the next tool.

A financial performance learning exercise which will help you understand how the Profit and Loss figures from your business can be used to track performance over five years by developing key performance RATIOS. These ratios can be used to analyse the past and plan future performance targets. 

A financial performance learning exercise which will help you understand how the Profit and Loss figures from your business can be used to track performance over five years by developing key performance RATIOS. These ratios can be used to analyse the past and plan future performance targets.

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