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While analysis is not a feature per say, the tools inside Alerion XMT that help you in your analysis can certainly be called helpful if not a powerful set of features. While most people think that taking a look at their data is important, many don't really know what it means or how to do it.

For us, looking at your business is a way to judge activities, a way to grade an action to determine if what you are doing is heading you in the direction of your goals.

For example, you may want to increase your 'average ticket' by 20% and are using a coupon to help you achieve these results. You will need to measure your results. Did you increase your average ticket during the coupon period, did it stay the same, did it decrease?

This is where Alerion XMT comes in; XMT gives you the tools to measure your results. This critical feedback is the backbone of XMT and essential to realizing your full potential.

Rental Products

By far one of the most looked at areas in a rental business is this area - the rental products. And what most people want to know is:

  • Do I have the right copy depth on new items?
  • When do I need to sell off copies?
  • Where is my revenue coming from, which platform (PS2, Wii, DVD, BluRay)?
  • How much profit did I make on a title?
  • How can I get my late inventory back sooner?

Alerion XMT can answer these questions and a whole lot more. Let's look at some of the reports and tools that will help you answer these questions.

Title In/Out History - This tool gives you a quick overview of a title's in and out history and provides data numerically and graphically. You would use this tool to monitor your new releases to discover when you can start selling off or transferring copies.

In/Out History       In/Out Graph    

Performance by Type - This information groups the title performance informatioy by format, genre, pricing code, director or studio. For example, you could breck down your game rental information by platform (Wii, XBox 360, PS2).

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Best/Worst Performing Titles - You can configure this report to provide information on high and low performing titles. By applying filters you can narrow the report to an area you are interested in. For example, you may want to see your worst performing titles that were released over the last three month.

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Weekly Performance - This information shows you how a title performed week-by-week and will show you when it broke even.

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Rental Product Sales - The rental items that have sold during a period will be reflected in this report and will show you the revenue, cost and profit.

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Rental Product Revenue - This report will show you what your rental product has earned you for a given time frame. While you can choose to show all the revenue, you can also select a slice of time. For instance, you could see the revenue generated for a given month.

In this example we limited the rental items who's street date was in January 2011.

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Title Profit Analysis -  A quick visual way to see the profitability of your rental titles.

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Whether you are managing merchandise for a single location or have several locations, the tools in the merchandise reports will help you achieve results.

Some of the questions many retailers ask themselves about merchandise are:

  • How much money does each department make me?
  • I'm I stocking the right level of each product?
  • When do I need to reorder products?
  • How much of a certain product has been sold?

Alerion XMT will help you answer these questions about merchandise and help you achieve results.

Department Performance - Here you will see how the revenue and the profit from each of your merchandise departments. You can summarize each department or so the detail (each item in the department).

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Turnover Report - The information contain here is designed to help you determine the right stocking level of merhandise items. A turnover percentage is the number of times you sell the stocking level during a given period.

For example, if you have a stocking level of 50 on an item and you sold 100, the turnover would be 200%. Meaning you sold twice as much as your stocking level during a given period.

If you are always reordering the product, say every week, you may be running out and not fulfilling customer needs and you may be able to get a quantity break by ordering more of the product less often.

The reverse is true as well. You may have items that have a stocking level that is too high and the product sits on the shelve for months. Item with a low turnover are tying up assets.

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Reorder Report - The reorder system will alert you when products drop below their reorder points and will indicate the quantity you need to order to reach your restocking level.  

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For getting information about the 'big picture' the income reports are the place to look. You may want to see your average ticket over time, identify your busiest hours, identify how many new customers you have acquired, or compare revenue streams.  

Income Summary - You can see key areas of your business's income on this report. You can window this report to any date range making it easy to see a specific day, a week, month, quarter, or year.

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Income By Day Summary - Here you can see a quick look at each day's revenue.

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