In this section, there are 5 main key metrics and 5 charts with brief information about all your PRODUCTS

  • Average Order Value (AOV): this indicator tracks the average amount spent each

    time a customer places an order on your store

    AOV is calculated simply by dividing total revenue by the number of orders

  • Average days in stock: The days' sales of inventory (DSI) is a financial ratio that indicates the average time in days that a company takes to turn its inventory, including goods that are a work in progress, into sales.

  • Products: Total number of products for sale that you have in your store

  • New Products: Quantity of products that were newly added to your store

  • Gold Products: Here is a percentage value of top-selling products in your inventory products list

1. Top 5 products sales behaviour changes

These are the top 5 products whose values have increased & decreased the most in the last 30 days.

1. Top 5 products predicted sales behaviour changes

This chart shows forecasting results for the top 5 products that will increase/decrease in value for the current month in comparison to the last month. You can switch between top increases and decreases on the right top part of the chart.

3. Products with no sales for more than 30 days

This chart shows all the products or product variants that didn't have sales during the last 7 to 30 days

4. Lowest performing products past year

This graph displays the total sales values of products or product variants which had the lowest sales in the past year

5. Added and removed products

This chart will show you all your products with stock increases & decreases in a given period of time

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