Updated reports in version 9.4

OrderWise Reporting ModuleAs always the OrderWise Reports and Layouts team have been working hard to bring new analytical reports to customers to help them interpret their business data. This month the team have updated two of the most used existing standard reports to help further increase the functionality and usability of the information presented.


This is an updated version of the Goods Received Not Invoiced report, which it has now replaced. As before, users can examine the difference between both the Goods and Shipping Received Net with the Goods and Shipping Invoiced Net. Additional functionality to the report now enables users to back-date the report and look at previous time frames and periods. Another major development means the report can now be run for multiple currencies, meaning customers using the report can now analyse costs and discrepancies of goods imported from foreign suppliers.


This report was brought in last month to help accommodate for the recently introduced invoice prior to despatch feature and shows users invoice and order line data where the order line has been invoiced but not yet despatched. With this release, the report has been reworked and redesigned by the Reports team to make it more user-friendly to accountants and those managing accounts packages.

These reports are just two of the 121 standard reports that are currently available within OrderWise, with more standard reports added each month. Coupled with these standard reports is the OrderWise Reports Wizard as well as our in-house Reports and Layouts team, so you can always be sure to meet your specific reporting requirements.

For more information on OrderWise Reporting, download the brochure or watch our videos.

To discuss your requirements in more detail, contact us today on 01522 704083.

You can also contact our reports team by sending an email to reports@orderwise.co.uk

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