Financial reports will help in evaluating the strengths and weaknesses of any business, be it a small retail one or a growing e-commerce one.
Stay on top of your numbers and make informed business decisions. Analyse and share your vital financial reports like- balance sheet, trial balance, profit/loss to the key decision maker of your business. Giddh gives you all reports you may need to run your business better.Start Your Trial
You don’t need to be an accounting professional to know how your business is doing. Giddh financial reports are color-coded so that the process of analysis is simple like an elementary task for you. And if you want to bring an accountant overboard, you can seamlessly share your reports.
With cloud-based business reporting, you don’t need to wait for the month’s end to know where your business stands as the reports can be viewed whenever you want and wherever you like.
Keep tabs on your unpaid invoices and customers who owe money to your business with Aging report. Aging report provides clear answers to questions like - “how much do my customers owe me” & “how long have they owed that money”, enabling you to prepare better collection strategy.
Bring your accountant in so they can identify trends and actions. Download your automatically generated financial reports and share them with the stakeholders of your business: investors, executives, sales, finance, and other departments in formats like PDF and Excel.
Giddh online accounting software produces all of the standard financial reports required by a forward- thinking business to make smarter and faster business decisions.
The financial reporting process produces statements that present a business’s financial standing to the management, investors as well as the government. It includes the following.
Giddh’s financial analysis software offers different financial reports to help you understand the financial condition of your business. The four major reports that are necessary to indicate the financial well-being of business are–
Majorly, there are three essential objectives of financial reporting, which are: