Customer data is extremely important to thriving businesses these days. Analytics reporting can be a bit intimating to those unfamiliar with it. That is why Anchor has created its own reporting system. No need to hire a data scientist or stress about not understanding the numbers. With Anchor Reporting, custom reports can easily be created and accessed at any time.
Drag and drop functionality is built right into the reporting! View reporting from accounting, operations, sales and marketing. For example, dig into a sales revenue report to see exactly what you need:
Pull report numbers by cruise date, event date or transaction date. This offers the ability to see revenue the day customers show up or see revenue the day the transaction was made.
Are you a spreadsheet enthusiast? Export these reports into an Excel file if you so choose. However, the reporting view within Anchor is extremely user friendly and simple to use. It is likely that you will live in here!
One of the best features here is the ability to save your reports. No need to login each time and recreate the report to view the necessary data. Create and save your own reports that can be viewed at anytime. Choose to keep the report private or allow anyone within Anchor to view it.
At the top of the reporting screen, easily filter between report views. Big fan of weekly reports? Automate your report to come to your email every Monday morning as you sip that first cup of coffee or tea. The amount of time saved here is invaluable! Lots of time can be spent digging through analytics reports and trying to figure out the right combination to view the data needed.
The drag and drop reporting feature within Anchor truly gives everyone the ability to set up their own custom reports without needing a specialist.
Such a comprehensive, yet simple way to get all of the data you need to better help make future decisions.
There are many ways that data reporting can benefit a business. Perhaps the most obvious way is that it can help businesses to make better informed decisions. After all, data is nothing more than information and when businesses have access to accurate and up-to-date information, they are able to make sounder decisions. Additionally, data reporting can help businesses to track their progress and performance over time. This information can be used to identify areas where improvements need to be made and also to benchmark against other businesses in the same industry. Ultimately, data reporting provides businesses with the insights they need to improve their operations and bottom line.