Sales mappings

How sales mappings can display sales in multiple departments

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Written by Jamie Harvey
Updated over a week ago

Sales mappings mean that the sales entered against one or more streams in a particular site/department automatically appear in one or more other departments too.

Reasons to use sales mappings

Your Rotaready environment may be configured to have multiple departments for each site. For example, you may have one restaurant, which is split into a Front of House and a Back of House department. It's common to assess the commercial performance of each department by comparing its labour costs against total sales. To do this without using sales mappings, you would therefore have to enter your sales into both departments. This would duplicate the task and mean that your total sales appear doubled when building a report that aggregates the data from both departments.

Instead, you can use sales mappings. This would mean the figures you enter against a designated stream of a designated department (e.g. Wet sales in the Front of House department) automatically appear in other departments of your choosing (e.g. Back of House). This avoids the need for double-entry and means a report built across both departments won't double-count the sales.

Enabling sales mappings

Sales mappings are typically configured when you first come on board with Rotaready, but can be changed at a later date. Please get in touch with us if you would like to change your sales mappings.

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