Business Score highlights the financial assessment of a company based on key performance indicators, current and historical accounting information, account history, and financial risks associated with your company. It’s a proprietary risk assessment algorithm. Its predictive calculation uses numerous data points from the company’s Profit & Loss Statement, Balance Sheet, cash flow forecasting, payment history, and other financial reports. Based on the calculations, a company is numerically rated on a scale from 0-100. The higher the score, the more financially stable the company is. The dashboard provides you with an analysis of your financial data using intuitive charts and graphics with drill-down capabilities and predictive-based metrics.
The resulting benefit is that this assessment will improve your financial management. The score can be used by accountants, SMEs, lenders, and financial analysts to better understand the company's financial health with a single numeric number. It enables you to identify and evaluate opportunities to improve your cash flow and cash management expediently.
The score is in flux as it is based on many factors including the number of unreconciled transactions, overdue bills or invoices, etc during the last synced data from your accounting software.
Sync updates Predict data with any changes made in the connected accounting software.
Last Synced shows when the data from the connected accounting software was successfully synchronized or updated with your Predict account.
View More takes you to the list of businesses added to your account.
- Bring the cursor to the displayed company name.
- It will show the list of connected businesses.
- Select the business name.
Account Details include the login details, your mailing address, and the team members you added.
Outstanding Invoices & Bills is the total balance of all the unpaid invoices and bills as of the current date. The numbers should be similar to that in the Aging Report in your accounting software.
Due & Overdue amount will display when you place the cursor on Invoices or Bills amount.
Profit & Loss Overview outlines how much your business has earned and lost in the last consecutive 12 months.
Place the cursor on Income or Expenses amount and it will display the "Income and Other Income" for Income, and "Expenses, Other Expenses, and COGS" for Expenses.
Cash Flow is the net amount of cash being transferred in and out of a business in a given month.
Net Cash indicates the amount remaining in your bank account at the end of a business month. It represents the operating activities of a company and is important for running a company smoothly.
Check/ uncheck Cash In, Cash Out, and Net Cash buttons to see their effects on the bar chart.
The numbers are total Cash In, Cash Out, and Net on month-end.
Projected Cash Flow will lead you to the Cash Flow tab.
Last/ Next 30 Days shows the total amount of cash moved (actuals) or system projected to be moving (forecasted) in and out of your business in the past and next 30 days.
Growth/ Fall in Inflow shows the cash in performance in the current and coming 30 days. The calculations are based on the previous month's performance.
Growth/ Fall in Outflow shows the cash-out performance in the current and coming 30 days. The calculations are based on the current month's performance.
Average Balance is the average amount of money you held or are going to hold in your business account in the past or next 30 days. It is calculated based on the last 30 days closing balance.
NSF Days are the total number of days your business didn’t have or is not going to have enough money in its account to cover expenses in the past or next 30 days.
Cash In/ Cash Out shows the exact cash as of current date in Actuals and as forecasted on