Determine your organization's ability to meet all of its financial obligations within a year.
Analyze readily available assets to assess your organization's financial health.
Return on Equity
Examine your ability to create revenue for each unit of shareholder stock to determine profitability.
Quick Ratio / Acid Test
Assess your organization's ability to meet short-term financial obligations.
Using the vendor spending KPI, you can keep track of what you owe your vendors.
Profit and Loss Report
To determine net profit, keep track of your income, cost of sales, and operational expenses.
Track your recent payment history to always know where your money is coming from.
Current Accounts Receivable and Accounts Payable
Easily track your monthly accounts receivable and payable.
Income and Expenses (Last 12 Months)
Keep track of your income, expenses, and profit during the last year.
Debt to Equity Ratio
Determine how your business funds growth and how successfully it uses shareholder contributions.
Accounts Payable Turnover
Rate at which your organization repays suppliers and other expenses.
Accounts Receivable Turnover
The pace at which you collect on outstanding accounts is measured.
Measures how frequently you can sell off your in-stock inventory in a given year.
Net Profit Margin
This metric measures how profitable your company is for every dollar of sales it generates.
Gross Profit Margin
The amount of profit you make on each dollar of sales before expenses.