Reports and Forecasting

Get the data you need to steer your brand and keep up with the pace of business. Cin7’s dashboards and reports keep you on top of your stock levels, best-selling products, understocked items and much more.



How Cin7 reporting can help you make better business decisions

Can Cin7 give you the data you need to improve your inventory planning?

As you prepare for a busy season, you only have a general idea of how much inventory to carry. Without data, you may end up stocking out of one product and overstocking another. Cin7's reports can show you definitively how quickly your products have moved in the past, taking some of the guesswork out of inventory planning.

Your experience tells you to expect to sell a certain amount of a product per week. It’s only after you reconcile your general ledgers that you realize you’ve fallen short. With Cin7, you can track key performance indicators in near real-time, to quickly identify and respond to bottlenecks in your supply chain that are slowing your inventory turnover.

Your sales, customer and inventory data accumulates in multiple spreadsheets and software programs. It takes a lot of effort to do anything useful with that information like matching sales to customers and channels. In the end, you’re not even certain that you have the most accurate figures. Cin7 can show you your customer, product, stock trends and other important information in real-time, and generate reports to show you the trends.

Your current system makes it hard to track what's really in your warehouse or stores. You can't tell what’s been sold and what’s available to sell and that causes problems. Cin7's real-time reporting and dashboard interfaces help eliminate problems with double-selling, unexpected stockouts, aging stock and replenishment delays.

“We managed all our stock using spreadsheets, and it was pretty messy. ...It was hard to know what stock there really was in the warehouse. Cin7 has helped our business to be streamlined and accountable. We don’t spend as much time worrying about where our stock is.”
Matt Newman, Founder, ONEBYONE