Understand the Sales Report
Track how your training brand is doing. Wajooba allows you to generate a sales report to help you make informed business decisions for your brand. We’ll help you access and understand your sales reports.
A sales report is a document that helps you evaluate your training brand’s sales performance. It gives you insights about your revenue based on the frequency and parameters you’re measuring.
To view your sales report, go to Reports and select Sales Report.
We’ll help you understand your sales report, so you can see how your business performs.
Understanding the Sales Report
Your Wajooba Sales Report shows you a sales dashboard with commonly used parameters and a list of invoice transactions to track your sales and revenue.
You can filter your report based on frequency or currency used. You can filter it to see only this month, last month, year-to-date, or all transactions.
If you’re using multiple currencies on your account, note that Wajooba can show you reports on all currencies you activated, but not an all-in-one report.
We’ll help you understand these parameters, so you can make informed decisions for your business.
|Total Sales||The Total Sales is all the money you received processing the payments for any type of memberships, including the taxes and charge fees.|
|Actual Revenue||The Actual Revenue is all the money you received processing the payments for any type of memberships, not including the taxes and charge fees. This is the income of the business.|
|One-Time||One-Time determines your total sales from all unlimited and session-based memberships that were processed, including taxes and charge fees.|
|Recurring||Recurring determines your total sales from all recurring memberships that were processed, including taxes and charge fees.|
|Refunded||This sums up all the refunded amounts you processed based on the frequency you selected.|
|Donations||This sums up all the donation amounts your organization received based on the frequency you selected.|
|Failed||This shows the total amount of invoices that failed during processing.|
Created by: Paul Romuel Danila