Feature Update: New Vend Reporting is here!

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We’ve got an exciting feature update today. If you login to your Vend account, not only will you see our brand new navigation and look, but you’ll have access to our completely revamped Vend Reporting.

With the new Vend Reporting, you get all the analytics tools you need to understand your business and make the right decisions to achieve retail success. It’s customizable and flexible. Build your own reports using a wide range of variables, and use filters to get exactly the information you need.

Quickly and easily dive into your sales data to see how your physical and online stores are performing, what products are making you the most money, who your top-selling salespeople are, find your best customers, identify any problem areas that can be improved, and much more.

You’ll find the new Vend Reporting under “Reporting” in the new menu, but all your other important links are in the same place. The older version of our Reporting suite has been removed, but you can run the same reports that you’re used to in new Reporting. Check out this handy guide to see how.

If you want to learn more about using Vend Reporting you can join a live webinar, read our step-by-step guide, or find a Vend Expert in your area to help you out.

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New and improved

Multi-dimensional reports – Dig deeper into your data and easily get to the details by adding multiple dimensions to your reports.

Dynamic filters – New filters allow for deeper insights. A range of values – from outlet, to customer to sku, can be added on top of each other to get to the bottom of things.

New measures – You can now report on average basket size, average sales value, and margin for all sales report types.

Retail Dashboard – Available with Advanced and Multi-Outlet plans, the Retail Dashboard offers a real-time, mobile-friendly snapshot of how sales and outlets are performing for key metrics.

Sales by brand report – See what your top performing brands are across all your outlets.

Report on deleted registers, products and outlets – You can now pull information on products, registers or outlets that you’ve deleted in the past to compare them with current sales.

CSV downloads as ONE file – Download all your data as a single file instead of many, no matter how many rows your report has.

Advanced datepicker widget – Easily pull any date range you want to report on with added functionality to the datepicker widget.

Improved performance – Significant speed improvement ensures a smooth experience and helps you get the answers you need much faster.

 

Retail Dashboard

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With the new Retail Dashboard, you can quickly get a snapshot of how your stores are performing using simple-to-understand charts, and easily identify important trends or problem areas.

Your Retail Dashboard is mobile friendly, which means you now have access to all your important store information, right in your pocket.

The Retail Dashboard is available for all our retailers to try until May 31st, 2015, after which it’ll only be available for the Advanced and Multi-Outlet plan.

 

Learn how to use Vend Reporting


Webinars – Get a live walkthrough of all the new features by joining one of our quick (and free) training webinars. Join an upcoming webinar.

Step-by-step Guide – Check out our Help Center article on Vend Reporting to get a step-by-step guide on how to use all its features. Read the guide.

Vend Expert – Find a Vend Expert in your area to help you learn the ins and outs of Vend Reporting right in-store. Find a Vend Expert. 

About Lorilynn McCorrister

Lorilynn is Vend’s Community Manager and resident music buff. Before joining Vend, Lorilynn worked in the music industry as a social media and artist manager. She loves writing, traveling, checking out live music, and, of course, communicating with Vend’s awesome group of retailers, partners and friends. You can get in touch with Lorilynn on Twitter, LinkedIn, and Google+.

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