Do you charge more for shipping than the courier actually charges? Or less? Sell on Amazon? eBay? Use multiple payment types?
Stop guessing if an order actually made a profit, and see where problems are happening, as they actually happen.
Direct in the Orders Page profitEasy adds a new column, showing how much profit you actually made on each order.
With obvious red/grey/green (we want green!) coloring, it's quick and easy to see where problem orders happened.
Easily add/edit your costs - set custom fixed or percentage costs based on:
As soon as you make any changes profitEasy will start to recalculate the profit on all past orders. No need to remember to clear cache or anything technical like that!
Override each cost on a per-store basis.
If you're selling on Amazon or eBay, and have them setup as separate stores (which is the usual way of separating out those orders), then you can for instance apply a specific cost on all Amazon orders.
Or on eBay, you're getting billed a different commission - just set that specific cost for this store.
Maybe you have a store run by an affiliate, you can easily add in the affiliate commission to check it's actually a mutually beneficial relationship.
If you go into the individual Order Detail page you'll see the numbers profitEasy has used to work out your profit/loss.
Did this order shipping work out more than planned? Edit the specific 'actual shipping cost' right there.
Have some unexpected costs associated with this order? Add those as well (with labels, so you remember what each one is for).
Import your spreadsheet of specific order costs as a csv, using shipEasy.
Eg. get a list of orders and actual shipping charged from your courier, and upload it to apply what you actually paid for shipping to each order (this will override what you charged for shipping, as a cost).
Set your own custom labels for each charge and add additional charges (per order) at any time.
Yes - way more than guesstimates made by looking at each order and trying to mentally calculate the costs.
profitEasy can help to show areas you might want to focus on with your accountant or business. But, profitEasy isn't intended as a replacement for good book-keeping or hiring an accountant.
We figured most stores either have a single main category, or can apply an average cost-per order based on previous sales. If you need costing per category, get in touch!
Amazon won't let you know what your actual costs were until about a month after the order completes. You can set an average store-specific cost based on historical averages.