Reporting

Reporting is done through the process of compiling and reviewing the information within a specific functional area such as finance, sales, operations, inventory control, or any area of the business where performance is monitored and measured. Reports communicate information that has been compiled as a result of research and analysis of data and of issues. It is a general term applied to a wide range of applications that extract data from databases.

1. Amazon Business Reports

Business reports provide transparency and accurate visibility into the company’s spending, sales, profit, and growth. This data is vital for designing business plans, allocating budgets and resources for important areas. Business reports are sorted into three main groups by date, by ASIN, and everything else where you can check spending, clicks, impressions, and conversion rates. How much traffic is available on your product and buy box percentage are also included in the business reports.

2. Advertisement Report

As the name describes it is related to sales from advertisements. In the Amazon Advertising Reports, you have a track record of all the products that are being advertised which are extremely useful. Ads reports allow you to create, customize, export, share, and schedule reports on your ad performance based on a set of parameters that you choose. In these reports, you can get the information you need to manage your campaigns and create recurring email reports.

3. Maintenance of database

The most important step after the creation of a successful campaign is the management of the database. Database maintenance is a set of tasks that all are run with the intention to improve your database. It is used to keep the database clean and well organized so that it will not lose its functionality. You can see exactly how our efforts are increasing your online revenue with our custom reports.

4. Inventory Management

Keep track of your inventory levels and ensure timely restocking with inventory management reports. These reports provide visibility into your current inventory levels, including stock levels, replenishment recommendations, and forecasted sales. By monitoring your inventory closely, you can avoid stockouts, minimize excess inventory, and maintain optimal product availability to meet customer demand.