The GL Code report is used to track various metrics aggregated by each reporting category.
How does it work?
To properly use this report, you must allocate every active product to a reporting category. This can be done in the reporting category setup under reports in the Venue Manager. The report will show the value of unassigned revenues, which is revenue against products that are not assigned to a category.
What data can you see?
- Booking location is a filter used to view where the booking occurs
- VM - in venue Venue Manager
- Online - online checkout flow
- POS - in venue using ROLLER POS
- Kiosk - through the Self-Serve Kiosk
- GL Code column lists out the GL Code assigned to each category (optional)
- GL Name is the name/description of the reporting category
- Quantity recognised is the total quantity of products recognised as revenue for each reporting category
- Pre-Tax Revenue is the amount of revenue including tax and excluding any discounts or complementary products may have been issued
- Funds received is the total funds received for that particular reporting category over the selected time period
- Tax Collected is the applicable tax amount on funds received
- Discounts is the value of discounts against funds received
- Recognised revenue (inc tax) column lists out the total recognised revenue for each reporting category, including any tax applicable.
- Recognised Discount is the value of discounts against recognised revenue
- Tax Payable is the amount of tax against recognised revenue
- Net revenue is the recognised revenue less tax payable
How is this report activated?
- You will need to contact your Account Manager to activate this report. Additional fee may apply
- We recently added GL codes to our platform, however some transactions are still not classified. Why is that? GL codes applied to products does not update retrospectively. This means that if you only apply the codes after you went live and take transactions, the code will only be applied to new transactions and old transactions are not going to be automatically reclassified. If you would like past transactions to be reclassified, please speak with your Account Manager or the Support team.
What is the difference between funds received and recognised revenue?
Funds received is the amount of money that has been received for bookings against products within each reporting category for the time frame selected. Recognised revenue is the value of bookings that were redeemed or expired (no longer valid bookings are recognised when they expire) during the selected time frame.