Snapshot reports provide a simple way to see essential information about the business. The idea behind snapshot reports is simple: Snapshot reports are designed to give managers quick “snapshots” of jobs, costs, billings, and financial information that are easy to print without programming.
Production Production reports show status, traffic and schedules from jobs and tasks. It's the only way to get job status lists, traffic reports, and job schedules for all of your jobs in production.
Work In Progress Work in Progress reports compare estimates, costs, open purchase orders, and unbilled costs from jobs and clients.
Job Costs Job Costs reports summarize purchases, time, expenses, and checks by job, task, or client -- every cost you've incurred for a week, month, or any period by client, job, or task.
Vendor Account Aging These reports show unpaid invoices from A/P. You can see unpaid invoices in detail, or just see each vendor's balance due. The vendor aging can be run as of the current date or through any prior period.
Client Account Aging Client Account Aging reports show unpaid invoices from Accounts Receivable. You can see each unpaid invoice, or just the total balance due for each client.
Cash>Flash The Cash Flash window shows your current cash balance and outstanding A/P and A/R balances. A schedule of payments and cash receipts can be set up to help you plan your cash needs.
Profitability Profitability reports show profit and loss from jobs and tasks. You can analyze the job's profit to date, or just profit earned for the month's billings and costs.
Productivity Productivity reports show how time was spent from Time Sheets. You can quickly see how your staff is utilizing their time by client, department or profit center -- for a week, a month, or any period of time.
Financials This encompasses the Income Statement, Balance Sheet, Trial Balance, Detailed General Ledger, and Statement of Cash Flows. You can print financials anytime during the month, seeing your up-to-the-minute balances.
Media Analysis Media Analysis reports can be used by media buyers and account service to see how advertising was purchased. Account management can use media analysis reports to analyze how well the media department is managing themselves.