I have daily basis monthly sales. Now I want to summarize into monthly gross. Pls look attached file. I am looking for a formula to summarize January daily sales from date 1st to 31 st as of just January and and sum of each day gross.
I have a sales level that I need to track...My rolling 12 months' sales must be $85,000 and my currently monthly sales must be $7,000. I have a sheet that tracks the $85,000 and tells me what I need to achieve that, but I haven't figured out how to include the $7,000 monthly minimum....
The chart below is what I have. So for example, this month it's telling me I only need to sell another 3016.46 to hit the $85,000 rolling 12, but I actually need to hit $4821.79 to meet the $7k minimum.
Actual Rolling 12 Goal Sep 2012 5,367.24 73,663.30 Oct 2012 5,649.93 69,496.28 Nov 2012 14,163.38 73,451.30 [code]....
I need to copy the values of a range on the weekly sales worksheet to the monthly sales worksheet. The last column is the total on the weekly sales. Part of the heading of the total column is the week ending date (e.g. 10/17/2009. On the Monthly Sales I have the months in columns by week ending (e.g. 10/17/2009).
Range I4:I28 to the monthly sales worksheet by date.
I have a query regarding making a Excel Sheet for Daily sales.
here I go, Well i want to make an Excel Sheet where in I just need to enter the Date, Invoice Number , Product , No of Product and rest it should calculate the VAT (Rounding Off) amount N den the Grand Total..
I am trying to determine the top contributors to 50% of sales based on cumulative percent of sales (see attached file). I can determine if percent of sales is less than 50%, but I need to include the person that pushes the group of top performers over the 50% mark.
I am trying to build a sales sheet that will keep all the records during the month but every day it refreshes to a blank sheet, then allowing users to flick back to a previous day and all the data from then is still saved?
I think this is possible in excel as I am sure I have seen a working sheet before but I don't know where to start or even what the process would be called in excel?
I have sales per month going down a column and I would like to subtract a corresponding $ amount going across columns. It's hard to explain but I would like a formula that I can populate all of the cells with. Spreadsheet should make it clearer.
I have created a chart on excel for us to track daily sales but also to figure sales tax so we know what to send the IRS each month. We have been figuring the sales tax ourselves and filling in the chart on excel but I would like to create a formula that automatically does it for me based on total sales.
I have a worksheet with monthly sales figures by associate and by store. The store has a monthly goal as do the associates. If the store hits it's goal then the overall sales total is multiplied by 1% and then divided by the percentage of each associates involvement to reach that goal. (ie...150,000*1%=1,500, John sold 35,000=23%, so John gets $345 extra commission). If Johns goal was $25,000 and sold $35,000 he gets 1% or $350 commission. In turn, if he meets 1 or both sets of criteria those will be added together. If he doesn't meet either one then the result is Zero.
I have the store goal and Johns goal in separate cells to reference against. The actual sales cell is formula based.
This is basically what i'm trying to do: If criteria 1 is met then % of 1% of store goal, if criteria 2 is met then 1% of individual goal, if both are met result1+result2. if neither is met then zero. I think?
I'm trying to build a formula that allows me to see which item is the highest trending over a period of time I input.
I figured out the way how to select data between specific Start and End dates, but don't know how to interpret "trending" in a formula.
I was thinking maybe highest jump from beginning to end of interval, but what if it's a new item that was launched halfway through the interval and does poorly throughout, that would still be "trending" under that rationale....
I want to track daily sales of a shop with the tenders (Cash, Master, Visa)seperated.
Everyday there will be a file ctp.dbf from a folder YYYYMMDD (previous day date) which contains sales details.
I tried to use sumif commands and everything is working fine. everytime i have to open book.xls and from it I do a files>Open to open the ctp.dbf for the calculation to be done. is there a way where by i can open 1 file and everthing i calculated properly?
Also this book.xls can only do for 1 day how can i go about having the daily sales detail of the month (look something like sales summary.xls) or even year in 1 excel file?
attached is book.xls and sales summary.xls for reference.
In cells A4 to A54, their names are displayed. In cells I4 to I54, their total sales are displayed.
Starting in cell B59 and C59 I'd like to display their name and sales respectively.
Also in column I I'd have a second value which would be a total of each department. Would it be possible to leave this data out of the formula? No big deal if I have to put that value in the next column.
Basically, I'm doing a recorded macro for work where I take an export and manipulate the data to show differences between sales from last year and this year. Also comparing this months projected sales to avg of last 6 months and also against last years this month.
The problem I'm running into is in automating the this month sales for mid-month exports. I can do it individually but I can't find a formula that will do it. Data is in one cell per month, so ex. 130 sales this month so far. I need to have it convert that to projected sales for total month based on what day it currently is.
I have one sheet that shows a list of all vehicle sales for a month: with a customer column and a salesperson column and a gross profit column. I would like to give a printout to each salesperson from a different sheet that only shows that salespersons transactions on it. Can excel parse that information out and list it in order row by row showing each sale for just one salesperson per sheet?
I have two time series which span several years. The first series measures stock levels on every Friday (52 values a year). The second series measures the price level every weekday (260 values a year).
I'd like to condense the daily data in to a weekly average, can I do this easily? For example, I could manually use the Weeknum function to calculate the week number of each daily price data, then find the average daily price for each week, thus giving me 52 values which I can compare to the weekly stock series. Is there an automatic, fast way of doing this? Alternatively, I'd be happy to settle with a monthly average. Is this possible via macro's or does VBA need to be used?
My partner and I are selling products. He gets 5% of the sales price, then I get the rest. But I want to make at least $2 on every sale. So, let's say the item cost us $50. If he wants 5% off the top, and I want at least $2, how do we calculate what to sell it for?
I tried the following, but it didn't work: $50 (cost) + $2 (my profit) + 5% (partner's profit) ------ $54.60 (sales price)
It doesn't work because I end up with $1.87. $54.60 (sales price) - 5% (partner's profit) - 50 (cost) ------ $1.87 (my profit)
I've tried other things, but I always end up under $2. Is it possible to calculate this? or do I need to have a percentage for myself? If Excel can't do it, do you know of any calculators out there than can?
I have data for average turnover per hour of a business and have fitted it to a polynomial (order 6) trendline. So I have for example, running along the x-axis i have 8am-9am, 9am-10am, 10am-11am etc and on the y-axis the average turnover for the relevant hour.
What I would like to be able to do is use the trendline's formula to be able to predict sales for any given day. So if I were to enter the first few hours of turnover on any given day, I would like excel to predict the rest of the day's turnover based on the trendline.
I'm stumped on what I know is a pretty basic problem. Maybe i'm just trying to over think it.
I have a table of sales data...One field is the date it was sold, one field is the amount it sold for. The date field isn't in order and it contains dates over the past 12 months. I need a way to total the amount of sales in each month and not through a pivot table. I am able to count how many entries there are, but I can't find a easy way to do a count of how much was sold in each month.
I am looking for the formula for calculating Sales realization in installments i.e. if i am selling $100 in 1st year i am receiving 50% in 1st year and balance in next 3 years same thing happens in 2 year.
I'm trying to calculate a sales run-rate which will change on a day-to-day basis, to predict the end-of-month sales total.
The invoice values are in the data range H17:H74 (I don't want the final formula to add up the refunds in this field i.e. negative values)
The date field is in data range C17:C74.
So basically the formula will need to add all invoice totals (excluding refunds) and divide by the current number of days worked in the month (not duplicating days in the date field) and then multiply this by the average number of working days in a month (21). This should should give a predicted end of month sales total.
Am I just making things up that are impossible to do on excel?
I've had a bet with the other guy in the sales office because I said excel can do a lot more than he thinks. He's under the impression that excel begins and ends with what they teach you at school.
I am trying to create weekly sales charts from my worksheet. The variables I have are the items in inventory, their respective price points, and units sold week by week (for about 5 weeks so far). I am having trouble formatting all of this information in the correct way to get accurate charts conveying the movement of our inventory.