Audits make up all transactions and information such as net sales, gross sales, taxes, discounts, voids, and tender types for your business. Think of this as an “Audit Trail” that tracks all sales activity for a specific person and/or cash drawer. Audits are assigned to all employees that handle transactions on the computer.
Closing Audits Individually
Employee Audits are generally used to help balance the cash drawer or server bank and correct errors at an isolated level before chasing shortages/imbalances at the time of close out.
The report is useful when you need to go back and view individual audit summaries. The Audit History gives concentrated information only on individual employees’ audits.
Daily Audit Report
The Daily Audit Report is the most commonly used report in MicroSale. It is a daily breakdown of a day’s sales by various areas. The report allows management and operators to analyze a daily recap of sales with comparisons to last year, labor, and forms of payment in a quick snapshot view.
Driver Reports are used with Delivery. The Drive Report is useful for drivers to see their sales, money owed to the restaurant and tips.
Server Reports are used in Full Service/Bar settings only. Server Reports are used to view audits, sales averages, voids, tips, sales mixes and more.
The Transaction Review provides detailed financial information for an individual employee, voids, tenders, and check components. This information can be used to track an employee’s sales performance, find user errors, and pinpoint check details.