Users with the setting Report production can generate statistical reports. Go to Reports, select Statistics under Category and click Filtering:
Below you can find a description of some of the statistical reports.
The report shows firstly the number of invoices that have entered the system (from the scanning supplier, as an electronic invoice or manually created invoice), the number of invoices that have been deleted, forwarded and other transfers such as manual processing, product purchases and so forth.The report also shows the number of invoices that have been transferred in the specified period. The table at the bottom shows how long it has taken to transfer the invoices in the system. Time taken from arrival to first action is the time elapsing between the arrival of the invoice in the system and completion of the first action, e.g. accounting division sends the invoice out to someone in the organization. The time taken from the first to the last action is the time elapsing between the invoice being sent out from the accounting division and it being fully processed. Time taken from last action to transfer is the time elapsing between the invoice being fully processing and its transferal to the accounts system. Time taken from arrival to transferal is the total time taken by the invoice to get through the system.
Invoice processing time
This report provides an overview of the processing time spent by each individual user and indicates the number of invoice item operations as well as the minimum, maximum and average processing time for these operations. By ‘invoice item operations’ is meant transactions that get logged in the invoice history such as acceptance, approval, rejection etc. If invoice items have been split, the splitting operation will not count as an action, but the time spent on the new invoice items will be aggregated from the original invoice item.In addition, standard deviations will be shown to indicate how the particular processing time is ranked between the average, maximum and minimum times. For more information about standard deviation, please see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stdev.