Inventory Journal

Created by: AccountingSuite™


Extension Developer information

  • Developer: AccountingSuite™ | 888-328-8275 |
  • Categories: Inventory, Dashboards




Inventory Journal

Inventory Journal when it comes to needing to see details of all your transactions this extension is top notch! With this dynamic report you can total up and show the details of all transactions. The customization options are everything you would need and more. Opening and closing balances, receipts and expenses, and/or item(s) for a defined period split by location also allowing you to drill to any record by double clicking on any line of the report.

Information: Inventory KPI Dashboard


A graphical representation of the health of your inventory. This Inventory KPI Dashboard can help to effectively control inventory and improve your business.

Inventory Turnover Rate calculates the turnover rate for a specific period. You can drill-down to gross margin report by double-clicking on the chart.

Days to Sell Inventory shows how long it takes convert inventory into sales.

Stock Status plays an important role in the health of the business: having too much or too little inventory can cause problems. You can see performance analysis and drill-down to the report level by double-clicking on different parts of the pie.




“Useful tool to help me view the status of all my inventory positions”

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Configuration & Installation

How do I set up the Inventory KPI Dashboard?

Inventory KPI Dashboard

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The Inventory KPI Dashboard gives you a graphical representation of the health of your company’s inventory.  This dashboard can help to effectively control inventory and improve the efficiency and profitability of your company.
Include in the dashboard are the following.
  1. Inventory Turnover Rate – calculates the turnover rate for a specific period.   (1)
  2. Days to Sell – displays length of time to convert inventory into sales. (2)
  3. Inventory Valuation – shows the profit and value of goods in inventory during a specific time period. (3)
  4. Stock Status – monitor the stock status to ensure the right stock level exists in your inventory – never too much and never too little! (4)



  1. Launch the dashboard by navigating to Inventory / Tools / Extensions.
  2. When the pop-up appears, choose Inventory KPI Dashboard and click Execute.
  3. Select the time period for which you’d like to view data. (5, 6, 7, 8)
  4. The Inventory Valuation and Stock Status charts allow you to filter the data by additional dimensions (location, category, etc).   Select the type and value of the dimension.  The chart will refresh itself.

You may double-click on a part of the chart to drill down to a report of the data displayed.