Key Metrics and other metrics

The display of lots, orders, expenses and invoices shows some sets of relevant key metrics. In the tables below, you can see what the different metrics mean.

Please note that it can take up to five minuttes to recalculate the correct value of an order after the addition of lots. When the system recalculates, a clock symbol will be displayed next to the text Key Metrics. When the system is done recalculating the value of the order, a check mark will appear next to the text Key Metrics.

Lot

Quantities
   
per Kg/pcs/colli/L etc This is the lot weight per unit, or how many units of measure – eg pieces – are packed in 1 colli.
Quantity available This is the quantity available (i.e. that you can dispose) measured in lot unit/unit of measure.
Quantity on hand This is the quantity On hand (ie physically in your warehouse) measured in batch unit / unit of measure.

Items will be registered as physically in stock even if they are picked on orders as long as the delivery of these orders have the status Pending.
Quantity lost/won This is the quantity lost or won measured in lot unit/unit of measure as a result of stock adjustments or of lots from return orders with Supply status Lost.
Quantity disposed This is the quantity disposed (e.g. on a sales or production order) measured in lot unit/unit of measure.
Valuation
   
Expected Cost of Goods The expected costs as you estimated them in your budget.
Per kg/L/pcs Shows the expected costs of the lot per kg/L/pcs based on the figures you have entered yourself in the system yourself.
Pr. colli Shows the expected costs of the box unit if the box unit of the SKU is for example colli.
On stock Shows the expected value of the lot on stock.
Actual Cost of Goods The actual costs as they turn out to be when you received the invoices.
Per kg/L/pcs Shows the expected costs of the lot per kg.
Pr. colli Shows the actual costs of the box unit if the box unit of the SKU is for example colli.
On stock Shows the actual value of the lot on stock.

Purchase Order

   
Expected Cost of Goods Expected costs as you estimated them yourself.
Budget Total expected costs including purchase price.
Of which purchase price The purchase price part of the total expected costs.
Actual Cost of Goods The actual costs as they turn out to be when you received the invoices.
Expenses The total actual costs including purchase price.

Production Order

   
Expected Cost of Goods Expected costs as you estimated them yourself.
Consumed Lots Expected costs of the lots used in the production order.
Produced Lots Expected costs of the lots that are the outcome of the production order.
Change in Value The expected value added as a consequence of the production of the new lots.
Actual Cost of Goods The actual costs as they turn out to be when you received the invoices.
Consumed Lots Actual costs of the lots used in the production order.
Produced Lots Actual costs of the lots that are the outcome of the production order.
Change in Value The actual value added as a consequence of the production of the new lots.

Warehouse Order

   
Expected Cost of Goods Expected costs as you estimated them yourself.
Moved Lots Expected costs of the lots to be moved or divided into more lots.
Generated Lots Expected costs of the new lots that have been moved or divided into more lots.
Change in Value The expected value added as a consequence of being moved or divided into more lots.
Actual Cost of Goods The actual costs as they turn out to be when you received the invoices.
Moved Lots Actual costs of the lots to be moved or divided into more lots.
Generated Lots Actual costs of the new lots that have been moved or divided into more lots.
Change in Value Actual value added as a consequence of being moved or divided into more lots.

Sales Order

   
Cost of Goods on Order Total costs of goods on the sales order - expected and actual.
Expected Expected costs as you estimated them yourself.
Actual The actual costs as they turn out to be when you received the invoices.
Revenue & Margins The revenue and margins generated by the sales order.
Expected Contribution Margin Contribution margin based on the expected costs.
Actual Contribution Margin Contribution margin based on the actual costs.
Revenue Revenue generated by the sales order.

Return order

   
Expected Cost of Goods Expected costs as you estimated them yourself.
Budget Total expected costs including return price.
Of which return price The return price part of the total expected costs.
Actual Cost of Goods The actual costs as they turn out to be when you received the invoices.
Expenses The total actual costs including return price.

Invoice and expenses

   
Local Currency Calculated in your currency.
Sub total Value of goods and services on the sales order.
Total, Nonrecoverable Total of nonrecoverable taxes and fees.
Total Total incl. taxes and fees.
Invoice Currency Calculated in the invoice currency.
Sub total Value of goods and services on the sales order.
Total, Nonrecoverable Total of nonrecoverable taxes and fees.
Total Total incl. taxes and fees.

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