Useful reports in ABM and tips for how to use them to add value to your business
- Profit and Loss (Financial Performance) and Profit and Loss (Financial Performance) – Detailed reports
- Transaction History – Project report
- Debtors and Creditors Control reports
- Product Reconciliation
Profit and Loss (Financial Performance) and
Profit and Loss (Financial Performance) – Detailed reports
Transaction History – Project report
Debtors and Creditors Control reports
Like Debtors and Creditors Control reports, the Product Reconciliation report is a quick way of checking that the information in the general ledger (and hence the financial reports) accurately reflects the sub-ledger. The Product Reconciliation report takes into account your company settings for how product values are tracked on the balance sheet (either by product group, location or combination of the two) and subtotals data from the product ledger accordingly, comparing it to the relevant general ledger control account. The report is always up to date, using the current values from the product and general ledgers. By checking this report on a monthly basis, any issues can be quickly identified and resolved.
Other reports can be very useful for reporting on customer, supplier, and product balances as at prior dates. For example, end of year reporting might not be completed for some months after the actual end of the financial year, but ABM always allows you to generate reports as at these dates. The customer and supplier aged balance reports, and product quantity and value reports are examples of this.
These reports are just a few examples all of the reports that can be produced within ABM to help all areas of your business including sales, accounting, inventory management and manufacturing management and much more.
The team at ABM are experienced in helping you get the most out of your system, not only does ABM have a wide range of reports available, but you can also have custom reports created to suit your needs.