POS Graph Viewby Acespritech Solutions Pvt. Ltd. http://www.acespritech.com
Point of Sale (point_of_sale)
• Inventory Management (stock)
• Invoicing (account)
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Odoo 10 Point of Sale Extension
This module allows user to show data on graph view
Note: This module is tested and working in Odoo community edition but not tested in Enterprise version. And we are supporting Ubuntu OS and not Windows OS.
- We can see pos data graphically.
- We can easily filter data with limits and duration wise.
- We can also filter data based on start date and end date.
- We can see data in two way like bar chart and pie chart.
- We can filter top customers, selling products, selling products in which category.
- We can filter by cashiers, sales by locations, top selling locations, income by journals, profit/loss.
- When multiple records show in graph then we can zoom it.
- We can also generate PNG and JPEG file of current graph.
How to use
- Here we can see configuration for show current session report or all session report in graph view.
- When we click on current session report we can show only current session report in graph view otherwise it show all session report in graph view.
- Click Open Graph Screen button to see graphs.
- Point of sale graph module shows graphs of top customer, top product, top selling location etc...
- User can also Filter by start date, end date, limit and duration..
- Click on Pie Chart button to view Pie Chart.
- Filter By Duration.
- Filter By Data Limit (e.g. top 10 income by journal).
- Also you can generate JPEG and PNG file.
- Filter By start date and end date.
- Also you can see profit and loss based on filters.
NOTE: We give 60 days support for our customers. Before trying in your live db, please ask us to provide you for test link. If any other custom modules are installed and because of that some errors occurs then we charge extra.
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