Supplier profitability report shows your profit by supplier. This report allows you to easy analyze how your items are performing by supplier. This can help you efficiently determine where you are getting your best return on investment.

Units Sold – Quantity of shipped units.
Revenue – Revenue of the orders less the refunded orders.
% Of Revenue – Revenue of the orders less the refunded orders, divided by Total Revenue.
Profit – Profit of the orders less the refunded orders.
ROI % – Calculated from the orders less the refunded orders: (Net Profit/Buy Cost of Orders)*100. This includes refunded orders.

Refunded orders are taken out based on the date of the order, not the refund. For example, if an order is placed in October and refunded in December, you would notice the refund taken into account when you’re viewing your profitability for October. This is different than the way refunds are taken into account in your Profit & Loss.

Note: Reimbursements are not taken into account as certain reimbursement types can throw off true profitability.

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