A Key Performance Indicator (KPI) is a quantitative value used for performance evaluation.
Our audit KPI data highlights whether your organization is on track to achieve its desired goals.
Here is a break-down of what our audit KPI contains.
- No Sale Count
The number of times the cash drawer was opened.
- Canceled Transaction Count
The number of times a transaction was canceled
- Item Corrections
The number of times a product was added to a transaction with a quantity of zero.
- Discount Quantity
The number of times a product was sold at a discounted price.
- Negative Dollar Items
The number of times a product was sold at a negative price.
- Unique Customers
The number of unique customers.
- Negative Quantity Items
The number of times a product was sold at a negative quantity.
This is often used for product exchanges. This is not considered a return.
The number of times when a previous transaction was recalled and partially returned while using the "Partially Return" button.
- Post Voids
The number of times a transaction was recalled and all products where returned while using the "Void Transaction" button.
- Manual Inventory Adjustments
The number of times a product's inventory was adjusted manually.
- Over / Short
The number of times registers have reported over or short.