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Tracking your restaurants sales performance
Tracking your restaurants sales performance
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Written by Stephen Mannion
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See how your Brand or individual site is performing in real time from any device.

Sales Insights For Your Brand

When you first open Nory you will see a breakdown of your brand's sales performance including sales to date, average cheque size and also the dwell time.

Sales will be compared against the forecast by default, sales can also be compared against a custom historical timeframe.

Select the date range you wish to view from the search bar at the top of the screen.

📖 Learn more about Nory AI Sales Forecasts

Sales are split into three channels: dine-in, pick-up and delivery. This helps you further understand where revenue is generated, and which areas you want to expand into, or need additional focus on to maximise revenue.

Sales or Orders vs Forecast

Here you can view your actual sales, or orders against your forecast. Switch between sales or the number of orders using the options in the top right corner.

Use the navigation bar at the top of the screen to view sales or order data by day/hour or by week or month.

💡Use the daily view to see detailed hourly trends and make better scheduling decisions.

Use the weekly and monthly views to review like-for-like location performance.

Sales per channel are measured on the right hand side of the screen. Each figure is compared against previous week’s results.

Sales insights for your locations

Use the locations table at the bottom of the page to check individual locations’ sales.

💡Use the locations table to Identify high performing locations and highlight sales channels that need improvement or focus by location.

Use the navigation bar at the top of the screen to select the time frame.

Too many locations to look through? Type a location name into the search bar to filter the list. Select a location from the search bar to see the data detail for an individual location.

Clicking on a location in the table will leave the group view and show you the location’s sales. Clicking on the Sales icon will bring you back to the brand view.

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