Avero's Sales by Hour Report
Avero's Sales by Hour Report can help you to identify periods of low-volume. During these periods, your businesses can benefit by offering item-specific promotions or operational hour changes. The data points provided in this report enable you to track volume throughout the day utilizing several metrics.
In this article, the following topics will be discussed:
Running a Sales by Hour Report
If your business is subscribed to this module, the Sales by Hour report is located under the Revenue Management tab in Avero.
Every Avero report has a unique Report Generator to help you filter your results using metric filters. This is the meat of your report. Each report within Avero has a defined number of metrics that can be included in one report. We have defined all of the metric options on the Metrics page.Once you've made your choices, hit Go. For instructions on how to utilize the Report Generator, reference this article.
Viewing the Sales by Hour Report
The Sales by Hour Visualization will be displayed as a bar graph. When viewing the bar graph, keep the following in mind:
- Use the drop-down menu to toggle between all of the metrics listed.
- Use the Speedometer Icon to pin this chart to your Dashboard.
The Sales by Hour report also displays as a table. The table report will display the metrics down the first column and the hours will be listed across the top row.
How are sales by hour calculated? When a check is opened or closed?
For our hourly sales information, we pull in what time each item is rung into the POS and that way the sales detail is as close to real-time as possible and sidesteps any operational challenges such as checks being kept open until the end of service.
Check Data: Check information such as Check Count, Average Check Count, etc are based on Check Open times. Think of it as when a check is added to your business day.
Sales Data: Sales data relating to the individual items such as Gross Sales, Item Qty, Avg Net Sales, % Total Net Sales, etc is all based on transaction time, or the time that change was made in the system. So if a server has a check that stays open all day the sales will be reflected at the time the items were ordered/rung and not when that entire all day check is closed.
Get this report sent automatically:
Set up an Email Schedule...
Click the Envelope to set up an email schedule.
...or Pin it to your Dashboard.
Click the Speedometer to add to your Dashboard. (hint: make sure you've chosen a trended or dynamic date type)