Read the supplier turnover graph

This is an example of a graph related to the Volume for a supplier.

Every column of the grid below the graph has a precise meaning. Obviously all of the data are relative to the selected time period.

  • Supplier
    The supplier to whom the shown data refers in a certain row

  • Total percentage
    Shows a supplier's percentage in respect to the overall percentage of that specific time period.

  • Bookings turnover
    The sum of the values from the Total (of the Costs tab) of all of the bookings (total net of the vehicle price.)

If a booking (or more than one) overlaps the selected period, it is divided proportional to its duration, and the Total is taken from the time that falls within the period.

  • Bookings number
    Shows the number of the booking assigned to this supplier.
    If a booking falls completely within this period, or overlaps it, it makes no difference for the count.

  • Bookings average
    The average value obtained from the Booking volume divided by the Booking number.

    The last column is comprised of three field regarding the actual mileage of the booking. The resulting data is useful if you compiled these fields of your bookings correctly.

  • Total mi
    The sum of the actual miles for all of the bookings, specified in the information of completed trips.

  • Average mi per booking
    It is the average value obtained by dividing the Total mi by the Bookings number (including only those with actual mileage entered.)

  • Profitability per mi
    The sum of the values present in the Total field (of the Costs tab) of all of the bookings, divided by the Total miles, taking into consideration only the bookings in which you have entered the actual miles.

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