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Integration with Unlimited Data Sources

$699.00  PER MONTH

How It Works

Exploring your live data feed in Google Sheets and Google Data Studio is now easier than you think. Connecting all data sources into one sheet enabling you scheduled importing of your data, providing you up to date information at fingertips.

Step 1- Connect

Connect your data sources to our Unit Metrics Analysis Dashboard

Step 2 - Build Report

Import Into Google Sheets and Google Data Studio

Step 3- KPI Dashboard

Create customized Reports and Dashboard

Benefits

Data integration

Real-Time Data integration
with Google Sheets and Google Data Studio

Analyse Marketing Data

Analyse Marketing
Data in one click

Customize reporting

Customize reporting for all
Marketing and advertising Data

Scheduling exports

Scheduling exports to
keep data up to date

Customize Dashboard

Customize Dashboard with
Key Performance Indicators

Reduce

Reduce
manual work

efficiency

Increase
efficiency through KPI

Save Time

Save
Time

Data integration

Reduce stress on the IT
department and Data analyst

Upload data from different platform to Google Sheets and Google Data Studio

Data from over 500+ Platforms

Features

Data from all Sources in Google sheet and Google Data Studio

Cash Management KPI Dashboard import data from diffrent platforms, transform data into customize reports and visualize in Google Sheets and Google Data Studio. With more than 500 connectors, Cash Management KPI Dashboard will be the last performance analysis dashboard you’ll ever need. We do customer reporting as per the business requirement and provide Financial and Cash Management KPI Dashboard in one single Google Sheets and Google Data Studio to analyze the Business and Cash Management KPI Dashboard in one place.

No more Data in silos

We create a hub in Google Sheets and Google Data Studio Studio and connect multiple platforms in one customized Sales Performance KPI Dashboard report. You don’t need to save your Marketing and Advertising data in silos. Our Cash Management KPI Dashboard connector makes it fast and initiative to combine and map data across all your data sources. This enables us to provide you Customise reporting and Dashboard without any manual working of your team.

No Raw Data require

We will create customized reporting with visualization of Data. You don’t need to review Raw Data which is not understandable. At your end, you just need to review your Daily, Monthly, and Weekly reporting without any complex formulation and any query.

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Schedule reports in Google Sheet and Google Data Studio

Get performance alerts & recommendations when they matter most. Oak Financial analyst schedules exports to Google Sheets and Google Data Studio to make sure that the data is always up-to-date so you don’t wait until the end of the month or quarter to know how your performance is trending. With Alerts, get notified when performance is off. With Insights, see a stream of your team’s achievements and receive recommendations for improving your performance.

We will design your own dashboards

You will have your own Cash Management KPI Dashboard designed and customized to your liking by our experts with in-depth business knowledge of several industries. We ensure you have every key Cash Management KPI Dashboard in the report along with easy to understand charts. The charts will be made based on your information appetite and color theme to represent your company’s vision in a clear and coherent way.

Targets and Progress tracking

Set goals for Cash Management KPI Dashboard from any of our 500+ integrations or any other data you would like to integrate into Google Sheets and Google Data Studio. Track them all on one screen or visualize your progress toward them on a customized Databoard. Keep everyone focused on the metrics that matter most. Having all the important information in a single sheet and dashboard will enable you to work on important matters rather than spending time creating reports.

Features Overview

Import all of your Data into one place seamlessly

Buy Cash Management KPI Dashboard and Hire Oak Business Consultant to enhance and automate your regular reports with live dashboards, scorecards, and alerts, enabling you to improve your company’s performance.

Help your whole company improve performance over time with ongoing assistance from our expert team.

Operating Cash Flow

Operating cash flow is a measure of the amount of cash that a company generates through its normal or core business activities. Without a positive cash flow, a company cannot remain solvent in the long run.

Operating Cash Flow (direct method) = Total Revenue – Operating Expenses

Working Capital

At any given time, your working capital can be calculated from your balance sheet. It is the sum of your current assets less your current liabilities and is the amount of money you need to run your business.

Working Capital = Current Assets – Current Liabilities

Forecast Variance

A forecast variance in relation to revenue may be referred to as actuals versus forecast, while for expenses, it is often referred to as budget versus actuals. Analyzing this will help you to improve your forecasts and focus on finding ways to improve your business performance.

Forecast Variance = Forecasted Value – Actual Value / Forecasted Value

Debtor Days (or Days Sales Outstanding)

Debtors Days refers to the average number of days required for a company to receive payment from its customers for invoices issued to them. Debtor Days (also referred to as Days Sales Outstanding) is calculated as follows:

Debtor Days = Total Debtors in a period / Total Credit Sales for that period *365

Creditor Days (or Days Payables Outstanding)

Creditor Days refers to the average number of days a company takes to pay its suppliers. Creditor Days (also referred to as Days Payables Outstanding) is calculated as follows:

Creditor Days = Total Creditors in a period / Total Credit Purchases for that period *365

Accounts Receivable Turnover (or Debtors Turnover Ratio)

Accounts receivable is the money owed to a company by its debtors (i.e., customers/clients). Reviewing how this KPI changes over time will help you spot potential cash flow problems and customer relationship issues.

Accounts Receivable Turnover = Total Sales for period / Average Accounts Receivable for that period

Accounts Payable Turnover (or Creditors Turnover Ratio)

Accounts payable is the money a company owes to its creditors (i.e., suppliers/vendors). The accounts payable turnover shows the rate at which you pay off suppliers.

Accounts Payable Turnover = Total Cost of Sales for period / Average Accounts Payable for that period

Liquidity Ratio – Operating Cash Flow Ratio

Liquidity ratios indicate how well a company can pay off its outstanding short-term debts.
For example, your operating cash flow ratio indicates the number of times you can pay off your current debts with cash generated from your business.

Operating Cash Flow Ratio = Cash Flow From Operations / Current Liabilities.

Liquidity Ratio – Current Ratio

The difference between the operating cash flow ratio and the current ratio is that the operating cash flow ratio assumes that the business will use cash flow from operations to pay off current liabilities. In contrast, the current ratio assumes that existing assets will be used.

Current Ratio = Current Assets / Current Liabilities

Liquidity Ratio – Quick Ratio (or Acid-Test Ratio)

The quick ratio assumes that the company’s liabilities will be paid off only with its most liquid assets and excludes inventories (i.e., stock).

Quick Ratio = (Current Assets – Inventory) / Current Liabilities

Debt to Equity Ratio

Your debt to equity ratio indicates how your business is funded. A low ratio indicates that funding is from equity via shareholders, while a high ratio indicates that it is from finance, i.e., borrowing money. Debt to Equity Ratio = Total Debt / Shareholders’ Equity

Return on Equity (or Return on Investment)

Return on equity measures the percentage rate of return that the shareholders receive on their investment.

Return on Equity = Total Net Income for period / Average Accounts Payable for that period

Cash Balance

If your bank balance is trending downwards over time, you need to understand why. Many businesses have seasonal ups and downs, which’s perfectly normal, so compare to the previous year and the last few months and watch for steeper or longer declines than normal.

The Cash Conversion Cycle

This KPI measures how long it takes you to convert the goods you buy into cash. It adds your Inventory Days (how long you hold stock) to your Debtor Days (how long your customers take to pay you) and deducts your Creditor Days (how long you take to pay your suppliers).

Inventory Days + Debtor Days – Creditor Days

Working Capital Ratio

The Working Capital Ratio compares your Current Assets (those you own that could be converted to cash reasonably quickly) with your Current Liabilities (what you owe that is due in the next 12 months).

Cash Reserves in Days

This is a measure of how long your organization could survive if cash dried up tomorrow. It takes your average daily expenses (excluding non-cash items like depreciation) and compares that to your current bank balances.

Cash Reserves/Average Daily Expenses

Operating Cashflow (Indirect)

Start with the Net Profit figure, add back non-cash items like depreciation, and add to working capital changes. This takes into account your collections and any increases or decreases in what you owe to suppliers. The Operating Cashflow KPI is often used by investors and potential buyers of a business (sometimes excluding the owner’s wages) to measure how much cash the company is generating each period.

Net Profit + Non-Cash Expenses + Change in Working Capital

Free Cash Flow

Free Cash Flow expands on the Operating Cashflow concept by also excluding interest payments and including asset purchases. Be aware, though, that because Free Cash Flow includes capital purchases, it can be subject to significant variations when those purchases occur.

Operating Cashflow + Interest – Capital Expenditure

Cash Management KPI Dashboard Reporting and Dashboard Features

Integration

We integrate Google Sheet for reporting and Google Studio for Dashboard with unlimited connector, you have selected. 

Planning

We make a Reporting structure in Google Sheet and Dashboard Road map in Google Data Studio for you. 

Quick Launch

All our your Data in one place with Reporting and KPI Dashboard for a quick overview of the marketing performance.

Development

We develop API connectors for you to connect different platforms in one place. 

KPI Dashboards

The easiest way to build your data into a dashboard.Build any dashboard you want by integrating your model directly with Google Sheets,Google Data Studio, Facebook, Instagram, Google Ads, Google Analytics, Shopify, Amazon Advertisement, and more.

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