Managing your unit costs, margins, stock, profits and sales is vital to your success as a manufacturer

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The Top 5 Roveel dashboards used by Manufacturers

  1. Sales Overview

    Quickly identify customer trends, product category and product trends.

  2. Profit Overview

    Understand profit at product, customer and department level.

  3. Credit Control

    An in depth drill down into who owes you what and how overdue it is.

  4. Stock Analysis

    Understand the profile of your stock and stock categories. Use Roveel to identify slow moving items.

  5. Order Insights

    Identify the status of orders, profitability per order and analyse the pipeline of orders.


Increase your sales

Access your sales data, unlock trends and insights at both product and customer level. Obtain a deep insight into your customers spend behaviour, giving you the tools to grow your sales.

Understand your profitability by product, region, sales person, customer and more

Use the power of your data to quickly and easily identify the granular aspects of your business performance. Being able to quickly access the information you require prevents you from running your business blind.


Manage your cash

Monitoring your cash requirements is essential to managing a successful business. Understanding where you are generating cash is key, as is managing your credit control and creditors too.


Manage your sales orders

Read how Andy Batha from Sandland Packaging uses Roveel to track and identify any red flags with orders to ensure everything is kept on track.

Roveel is just the right package for Sandland.

Sandland Packaging gains full business transparency with Roveel.


"You can’t control what you don’t know, and that’s what Roveel has given us - visibility of the things that happen across our customer base so that we can minimise lost business."

Andy Batha, Sales Director, Sandland Packaging

Read the full case study here