- Legal Entity, Company
- Cost Center, Department, Division
- Total Sales, Revenues
- Operating Costs, COGS
- Operating Expenses, OpEx
- Depreciations & Amortizations
- Interests & Taxes
- Current Assets
- Current Liabilities
- Total Assets
- Total Liabilities
Detailed presentation of the FINANCE dashboard
Your FINANCE dashboard will contain 23 KPIs
- Total RevenuesSum of Revenues
- COGSCost of goods sold (COGS, also known as `Cost of Sales`) refers to the direct costs attributable to the production of the goods sold in a company. This amount includes the cost of the materials used in creating the good along with the direct labor costs used to produce the good. It excludes indirect expenses such as distribution costs and sales force costs.
- Gross MarginAmount left over from Revenues after Costs of Goods Sold are subtracted (also called `Gross Profit`): Revenues - COGS
- Gross Margin %Share of Gross Margin on Total Revenues: Gross Margin / Revenues (%)
- OpExOperating Expenses: Expenditures (that is, cash out) that a company makes to generate income (also called `SG&A Expenses`): S&M Expenses, R&D Expenses, G&A Expenses
- OpEx to Revenues ratioShare of Operating Expenses on Total Revenues: OpEx / Revenues (%)
- EBITEarnings before interest and taxes -> profits before taking away interest charges and tax payments: Gross Margin - (OpEx + Depreciations + Amortizations)
- EBIT %Share of EBIT on Total Revenues: EBIT / Revenues (%)
- EBTEarnings Before Taxes: EBIT - (Interests + Taxes)
- EBT %EBT / Revenues (%)
- Deprec. & Amort.Amortizations and depreciations are methods of prorating the cost of business assets over the course of their useful life
- Interests & TaxesSum of Interests & Taxes
- Current AssetsAssets that are expected to be converted into cash in less than 12 months: Cash, Accounts Receivables, Inventory, Prepaid Expenses
- Current LiabilitiesBills that must be paid within one year of the date of the Balance Sheet: Accounts Payable, Accrued Expenses, Current Portion of Debt, Income Taxes Payable
- Total AssetsThe final amount of all gross investments, cash and equivalents, receivables, and other assets as they are presented on the balance sheet
- Total LiabilitiesSum of Current Liabilities and Long-Term Debt
- Working CapitalAmount of money the enterprise has to work with in the short-term: `Current Assets` - `Current Liabilities` (also called `Net Current Assets` or `Funds`)
- Working Capital ratioCurrent Assets / Current Liabilities (%)
- Liquidity ratioCurrent Liabilities / Current Assets (%)
- Total EquityTotal Assets - Total Liabilities
- ROI %EBT / Total Equity (%)
- Debt to income ratioTotal Liabilities / Revenues (%)
- Debt to equity ratioHow much debt the company has relative to its investor equity: Total Liabilities / Total Equity (%)
and 11 dashboard pages
Finance Top KPIs Overview
Creating your FINANCE dashboard Step-by-Step
You want to get a clear understanding on your Finance results? You want to build a Tableau dashboard to better understand your Finance data?
Using LinPack-for-Tableau.com, you can generate an eye-catching, fit-for-purpose Tableau Dashboard on your Finance data in less than 5 minutes!
1st STEP: Create the initial Tableau workbook file
Create a Tableau workbook in which you map your Finance data (whether it comes from: ERP, database, Excel, CSV file...)
You must retrieve at least the following attributes (it is ok if the names don't match, and it is better to add additional attributes to analyze):
2nd STEP: Upload your Tableau workbook file
On LinPack-for-Tableau.com, select 'create dashboard from template: Finance' and upload your Tableau workbook (note: your data is NOT uploaded).
3rd STEP: Map your attributes
Map the attributes of your workbook on the attributes of the template.
Finally, click 'Confirm & Download'... and your Finance dashboard is already downloading :-)
Open the Tableau workbook file you received, it will automatically reconnect to your data sources.
Your Finance dashboard is now ready to be used or customized!