Sales Tracking System

Group 9
Sumeet Mittal (171)
K Naresh Kumar (172)
Ashish Sharma (173)
Gourav Kumar Bhut (174)
Anurag...
Introduction
For any retailer, keeping track of what sells and what doesn’t is very important
What are more preferred item...
Pre - Analysis
• Sample size: 50
• Duration of billing: 25-08-2013(Sunday) to 01-09-2013
(Sunday)

Credit Note
Gift Vouche...
Analysis
Mode Of Payment
Gift Vouchers
2%
Credit Note
15%

Coupon
27%

Card Payment
41%

Cash
15%
Item v/s Quantity
75

57

33

22

11
4

Cap

Shirt

Trousers

Tshirt

Vest

Belt
Invoice v/s Item
16
14
12

10
8
6
4
2

122 123124125
126127 128 129
130131 132 133
134135 136 137 139 141 142 144
138 140
...
Date v/s Amount
14000
12000
10000
8000
6000
4000

2000
0
25-08-2013

26-08-2013

27-08-2013

28-08-2013

29-08-2013

30-08...
Day v/s Quantity
25-08-2013
17%
23%

26-08-2013

27-08-2013

11%

28-08-2013

29-08-2013

11%

30-08-2013

31-08-2013

01-...
Item v/s Amount

Item v/s Quantity

Belt
1%

Tshirt
11%

Vest
4%

Belt
2%
Cap
9%

Vest
16%

Trousers
12%

Cap
37%

Tshirt
...
25-08-2013
26-08-2013
27-08-2013
28-08-2013
29-08-2013
30-08-2013
31-08-2013
01-09-2013

Vest

Tshirt

Trousers

Shirt

Ca...
25-08-2013
26-08-2013
27-08-2013
28-08-2013
29-08-2013
30-08-2013
31-08-2013
01-09-2013

Credit Note

Coupon

Cash

Card P...
Findings
Average

Value

Average Amount per Invoice

Rs. 1416.20

Average Amount per Day

Rs. 5310.75

Average Quantity pe...
Conclusion
Shirt had the highest percentage of sales in terms of amount and
Cap in terms of quantity sold.

Sell is higher...
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Sales Tracking System

  1. 1. Sales Tracking System Group 9 Sumeet Mittal (171) K Naresh Kumar (172) Ashish Sharma (173) Gourav Kumar Bhut (174) Anurag Nair (175) Shashank Sharma (176)
  2. 2. Introduction For any retailer, keeping track of what sells and what doesn’t is very important What are more preferred items, what and how the customers like to purchase is of utmost importance What days do the customers shop more Important to understand buying behaviour of the consumers
  3. 3. Pre - Analysis • Sample size: 50 • Duration of billing: 25-08-2013(Sunday) to 01-09-2013 (Sunday) Credit Note Gift Vouchers Others • Slip received when you return some item • Equivalent Of Cash • second-most given gift by consumers. • Cash, Card Payment, Coupons
  4. 4. Analysis
  5. 5. Mode Of Payment Gift Vouchers 2% Credit Note 15% Coupon 27% Card Payment 41% Cash 15%
  6. 6. Item v/s Quantity 75 57 33 22 11 4 Cap Shirt Trousers Tshirt Vest Belt
  7. 7. Invoice v/s Item 16 14 12 10 8 6 4 2 122 123124125 126127 128 129 130131 132 133 134135 136 137 139 141 142 144 138 140 143 145146 147 Belt Belt Shirt Tshirt Shirt Tshirt Shirt Cap Tshirt Trousers Cap Vest Cap Shirt Cap Tshirt Trousers Cap Vest Cap Shirt Cap Cap Tshirt Cap 0 148 149150151
  8. 8. Date v/s Amount 14000 12000 10000 8000 6000 4000 2000 0 25-08-2013 26-08-2013 27-08-2013 28-08-2013 29-08-2013 30-08-2013 31-08-2013 01-09-2013
  9. 9. Day v/s Quantity 25-08-2013 17% 23% 26-08-2013 27-08-2013 11% 28-08-2013 29-08-2013 11% 30-08-2013 31-08-2013 01-09-2013 10% 12% 7% 9%
  10. 10. Item v/s Amount Item v/s Quantity Belt 1% Tshirt 11% Vest 4% Belt 2% Cap 9% Vest 16% Trousers 12% Cap 37% Tshirt 11% Trousers 6% Shirt 63% Shirt 28%
  11. 11. 25-08-2013 26-08-2013 27-08-2013 28-08-2013 29-08-2013 30-08-2013 31-08-2013 01-09-2013 Vest Tshirt Trousers Shirt Cap Belt Vest Tshirt Trousers Shirt Cap Vest Tshirt Trousers Shirt Cap Vest Tshirt Cap Trousers Shirt Cap Vest Tshirt Cap Trousers Shirt Cap Vest Tshirt Trousers Shirt Cap Day v/s Item 18 16 14 12 10 8 6 4 2 0
  12. 12. 25-08-2013 26-08-2013 27-08-2013 28-08-2013 29-08-2013 30-08-2013 31-08-2013 01-09-2013 Credit Note Coupon Cash Card Payment Coupon Cash Card Payment Credit Note Coupon Cash Card Payment Credit Note Card Payment Coupon Card Payment Cash Card Payment Gift Vouchers Cash Day v/s Payment 8000 7000 6000 5000 4000 3000 2000 1000 0
  13. 13. Findings Average Value Average Amount per Invoice Rs. 1416.20 Average Amount per Day Rs. 5310.75 Average Quantity per Invoice 6.45 Average Quantity per Day 25.25 Average amount per Item Rs. 7081 Average Quantity per Item 67.16
  14. 14. Conclusion Shirt had the highest percentage of sales in terms of amount and Cap in terms of quantity sold. Sell is higher on Sundays. As the month end approaches, card payment dominates. Followed by other cash substitutes like credit note and Gift Vouchers. Shopping is highest during the 1st of the month and the first weekend

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