Here’s all that the dashboard elements/records:
Gross Revenue: Gross revenue earned on the day of viewing, along with a graphical representation of weekly revenue
Order details: Orders received on the day of viewing, along with a graphical representation of weekly order volume. Order details at the sub-order level are also provided to improve the information visibility of warehouse users
Returns: Returns marked on the day of viewing, along with a graphical representation of total weekly returns to timely identify increased returns, if any
Distinct SKUs Sold: Total products sold on the day of viewing, along with a comparison of total products sold a day prior
Pending Orders: Customer orders that are not assigned inventory on the day of viewing, along with a comparison of total pending orders a day prior
Average Order Value: Average order value on the day of viewing, along with a comparison of average order value a day prior. This helps you track significant increase and/or decrease in average order volume.
SLA Breached: Total SLA breached orders on a particular day to identify hikes in SLA breaches, along with real-time insights on orders that will breach SLA limit in the next 1 hour, 2 hours, and 4 hours to ensure the orders are processed on priority.
Order Vs Revenue: Graphical representation of monthly revenue earned and total orders to compare total revenue earned and sales made in a month.
Category-wise Sales and Top Products: Track top-performing and low-performing products on a regular basis to make data-driven business decisions like purchases, increasing marketing spend on a product, etc.
Account Health and Alerts information: System alerts such as unmapped SKUs and marketplace integration issues will be highlighted, enabling your team to take necessary actions and prevent operational bottlenecks.