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Reporting, History & Accounting Reporting, History & Accounting
Reporting, History & Accounting
Run a sending report in PitneyAnalytics to view current or recent sending activity and spending trends across the enterprise.
Run a receiving report in PitneyAnalytics to view current or recent locker utilization across the enterprise.
Use the Export Options settings to specify how your data is displayed in the Excel or CSV file generated by PitneyAnalytics.
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Use manual transactions to import transaction data from products that aren't supported directly by PitneyAnalytics.
You can add multiple manual transactions to PitneyAnalytics by importing a CSV file with the transaction data.
Use the dashboard feature in Analytics to look at current or recent postange and shipping spending.
Use the PitneyAnalytics receiving dashboard to view current or recent locker utilization.
You can customize your reports to give you the exact level of detail you want to track your spending across the enterprise.
As a Division Administrator, you may want to create a report showing savings within a Division grouped by Location so you can see how much each of your locations has saved.
As a Division Administrator, you may want to create a PitneyAnalytics report showing spending by your Pitney Bowes products across locations so you can track spending across your region.
As a Division Administrator, you may want to view spending by Division, grouped by cost accounts so you can see how much each Cost Account has spent.
As a Division Administrator, you may want to create a report showing spending on various carriers & classes across locations so you can track spending in your Divisions.
In PitneyAnalytics, you can schedule reports and have them emailed to multiple recipients.
Configure the Secure FTP server connection for the server where your scheduled reports will be stored in PitneyAnalytics.
Use manual transactions to import transaction data from products that aren't supported directly by PitneyAnalytics.