Purchase cost analysis report details the costs associated with purchasing every product during a given period. Use this report to view the Quantity, Main Cost, Additional Cost, Journal Cost and Tax for every product purchased over the reporting period. The output can be customised to show product details, PO #, supplier, location, status and time period.
Users need the Purchase Reporting permission to access this report.
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Data from this report can be exported in Excel, PDF or RTF format.
|Reporting Period||Allows the user to select the reporting period from a list of options or set a custom date range.|
|Currency||Allows the user to select the currency to be used in the report.|
|Layout||Set to the Default layout. Allows selection of saved layouts, if any.|
|Save Layout As||Allows saving a layout for potential future use.|
|Reset Layout||Resets the layout to the default layout or selected saved layout.|
Select Apply Filter to set filter fields for the report and Update to refresh the output with any new changes. See Managing DEAR Reports - Filtering Reports for more detailed information about using filters.
The following output fields are available for this report. You may have to open the More Fields dropdown menu to add some of them to your report.
|PO #||Purchase order number identifying the purchase|
|Invoice #||Purchase invoice number|
|SKU||Unique product stock keeping unit|
|Product||Name of the product|
|Location||Location the product is received at|
|Batch #||Batch or Serial number associated with stock received|
|Currency||Supplier currency code this purchase is created in|
|Product Tags||Comma-separated product tags|
|Family||Product family name|
|Unit||Product unit of measure|
|Supplier SKU||Product stock keeping unit assigned by the supplier|
|Supplier Product||Product name assigned by the supplier|
|Order Date||Date when the purchase was created|
|Expiry Date||Date when the current product batch expires|
|Year||Year of the invoice date|
|Quarter||Quarter of the invoice date|
|Month||Month of the invoice date|
|Supplier Additional Attribute 1-10||Values of Additional supplier attributes|
|Product Additional Attribute 1-10||Values of Additional product attributes|
|Quantity||Received quantity minus unstock quantity if any|
|Main Cost||Main invoice cost for the batch|
|Additional Cost||Portion of additional costs distributed to the batch|
|Journal Cost||Portion of additional not capitalised costs distributed to the batch|
|Tax||Tax amount combining both main invoice and portion of additional costs associated with the batch|
NOTE: If you have added an Additional Attribute set to your purchase process, the attributes will appear as additional report fields.
I have a question on a purchase order that was completed as a drop shipment and the cost from the manual journal has not been associated with the cost and so when it goes to the sales the margin is based on the cost of the product only. I also went to look at the Purchase Cost Analysis Report and the PO doesnt even show up.
We do not include manual journals and movements for dropship items in Purchase Cost Analysis because in this case nothing to add the cost to. No product movement has happened in DEAR, so journal is just a transaction. Drop Ship Purchases relate to profit/cogs figure in linked sale only.
Is there a report except PURCHASE COST ANALYSIS REPORT and PRODUCT PRICES BY SUPPLIER Report which will also show the cost price versus the RRP (Recommended Retail Price) as a %? Basically, our prices change every week from suppliers so we need to keep track of these in a report to make sure we are charging enough. I would like to see the difference between 1 item cost and RRP - only the bulk items? Is there a function to work out the difference in cost?
Currently, we do not have such a report. However, you could definitely add this as a feature request in our forum, it sounds very useful from over here. Our developers will review this and take it up in due course.
Hello, Can you point me to a report which tells me my cost on a per product basis?
You may try referring the below mentioned reports to view per product wise cost.
Still no answer to your question? Please do not hesitate to get in touch with DEAR support.