Maximizing revenue and efficiency for your small business requires a certain set of important habits.

One such habit is consistent oversight of your employees and how they manage the transactions and money that come through your store.

With that in mind, we’ve made a big improvement to the way you view transactions and shift data from your BackOffice. Previously, data such as the register number, cashier, and shift opening and closing amounts were mixed in with transaction activity on the Transactions Table. With the introduction of the new Shift Cash Report, you can view active or prior shifts in a separate report, making it much easier to find the information that you’re looking for. Get a better understanding of your shift cash flow, view the status of current shifts, and catch any shifts that may have been accidentally left open. Also, the Transactions List loads faster than ever, as it is now powered by Core Services.

Here’s a look at the old Transactions Table:

shopkeep Shift Cash Report

And now the new Shift Cash Report:

shopkeep shift cash report

For more information on how find the report in your BackOffice and how to understand everything in the report, be sure to check out the help article on our support site.

Paul Nugent

Paul Nugent

Paul Nugent is a small business advocate who uses his background in the startup space, along with his POS system expertise, to allow small business owners to make informed decisions within their specific budgets.