The Custom Reporting Packs functionality allows Client Admin users to create a downloadable report using a combination of reports available in the Working Papers.
Below is a list of the reports that can be selected to configure a customised report on DataShare. Please note that each Customisable Reporting Pack has a maximum limit of 20 reports.
|Accounts Payables and Accrued Liabilities|
|AP Aging Comparison|
|Detailed Aged Payables|
|Payables Open Items List|
|AR Aging Comparison|
|Receivables Ledger Control|
|Subsequent Sales Activity Analysis|
|Initial Audit Sales Activity Analysis|
|Detailed Aged Receivables|
|Receivables Open Items|
|Top 20 AR|
|Schedule of Bank Transfers|
|Engagement TB Import Data|
|Engagement TB Import Data Group|
|Income Statement (Standard)|
|Balance Sheet (Standard)|
|Cash Flow Statement|
|Income Statement (detailed)|
|Balance Sheet (detailed)|
|Inventory Comparison Analysis|
|Sales Ledger Control Analysis|
|Long term debt summary and analysis|
|In-Kind Revenues and Expenses Summary|
|Program Revenue and Receivables Summary|
|Contribution Revenue and Receivables Summary|
|Other Assets Analysis|
|Fixed Asset Summary and Analysis|
|Fixed Asset Movements|
Configuring a Custom Reporting Pack
To create a customised report a Client Admin user will need to navigate to the 'System Configuration' and click 'Customised Reports'.
Clicking the 'Create Report' button will all you to configure a new report.
Name the report and proceed to add up to 20 reports by using the '+' button and drop down selections.
Once you have configured your customised report click 'Save'.
Generating the Customised Reporting pack
After the above steps have been completed the Customised Report will be available to be used on vReview section of the portal under the heading 'Customised Reports'.
To generate the report you will need to select a Financial Period and click 'Generate'. Depending on the reports selected during the configuration the Excel file will contain relevant information for and up until the selected financial period.