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.
To access the Summarized End of Day Report, go to your back office tool > Reports > search for Summarized End of Day Report
Here is a breakdown 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.