Microsoft BI powers Sales Analysis to report in runtime on top Three items on Amount/Quantity basis with Invoice level details

Microsoft BI powers Sales Analysis to report in runtime on top Three items on Amount/Quantity basis with Invoice level details

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Microsoft BI powers Sales Analysis to report in runtime on top Three items on Amount/Quantity basis with Invoice level details

It is vital for any organization to have clear knowledge about their hot cake product range.Total Quantity and Total Amount of these products are the key indicators which are generally monitored by higher management in any organization.

This article investigates the analysis made on products to develop a Sales and Inventory strategy and identifies how it can help organizations.

Total Amount earned against each product helps to identify the product which brings the most revenue and calculates the percentage of each product in total purchase. It can be easily predicted from previous data that how much a product will earn in next month, quarter or year. Total Quantity sold against each product helps the organization to manage its stock. The stock shortage can be easily predicted and then avoided on the basis of previous information.

We have developed a report for our client. The client didn’t have any standard report or any other automation to calculate Total Quantity and Total Amount across each product. They have to manually enter the data in Excel and then analysis can be performed on it. These problems are resolved by this report.

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Abubakr Asif

Abubakr Asif

President at Panni
Abubakr has over ten years of experience implementing business solutions in the Calgary Energy marketplace. His experience spans implementing of ERP systems, workflow and systems integration and Business Intelligence solutions. He started his own company, Panni, in 2009, which help companies automate their business processes by leveraging the Microsoft based Toolset such as SharePoint and BizTalk. Since 2009, the company has grown at a rate of more than 100% every year. Abubakr has a undergraduate in engineering as well as an MBA from the University of Victoria. Previous to founding Panni, he was working for a big four consulting firm in Calgary.

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