This Quarter's and Year's Revenue
"How is my quarter looking compared with my revenue goals? How about my year?"
Take a really long view with our furthest forecast. This looks deep into the future to give you some perspective on your quarter and year.
If you work with quarterly and annual goals you and your team can easily and simply track your revenue. See how far you have come and how you are likely to finish.
The comparison with previous quarters and years is built right in to make it even easier to understand your results.
This Quarter's Revenue
Amount of revenue in US dollars generated so far and forecasted to be generated during the current quarter of the current year.
This Year’s Revenue
Amount of revenue in US dollars generated so far and forecasted to be generated during the current year.
This Quarter’s Revenue
The sum of revenue generated by all transaction types during the current quarter not including chargebacks, refunds, partial refunds, and when a shopper updates the payment method.
This Year's Revenue
The sum of revenue generated by all transaction types during the current year not including chargebacks, refunds, partial refunds, and when a shopper updates the payment method.
Forecasts use artificial intelligence to predict your future performance. It analyzes patterns from historical data and updates the forecast to take into account any changes in your business. We have developed a time series prediction model to do the forecast.
The X axis (or horizontal axis)
Day for the quarter, and the week for this year.
The Y axis (or vertical axis)
Dark Blue Line
This line shows real progress over time. It is actual data.
Light Blue Line
This line shows the current forecast. This is updated every day based on all of your historical data.
Dark Grey Line
The grey line represents the last quarter and year's performance for easy and quick comparisons.
This report updates once per day at 8 a.m. Central European Time GMT+2.
Default is 30 days like almost all reports
When comparing data ranges it is good to use the same amount of days in the selection and comparison.Comparing date ranges requires both time frames to have the same amount of days.
Updated over 2 years ago