DASH provides the following Jasper reports for helping you to analyze your business to gain business intelligence. Click on any report link below to view a sample output of the given report.
Booking Report View all rental events showing customer names and event types.
Schedule Report View events scheduled at a given location within a date range.
Location Usage View how location resources were used for different programs and activities.
Customer AR View customers who have an outstanding balance.
Camp Attendance View customers' attendance to specific camps over a certain date range.
Child Care Statement Shows invoice details for a customer and their children.
Gift Card Balances View current customer gift card balances.
Instructor Roster View rosters assigned to instructor.
Instructor Payment Report View payment due to an instructor.
User Report This report will give document detail of employee on location.
New Customers View a list of new customers within a given date range & filter by program.
Suspended Customers View customers with suspensions on a date or in a date range.
Membership Report Expired memberships for current season.
Waiver Report Shows the waivers details based on start date and end date.
Team Join Report This report is for customer's request for a team
Cash Basis - Customer Shows transactions sorted by customer.
Cash Basis - GL Shows transactions sorted by GL code.
Cash Basis & Accrual - GL Cash Basis GL organized by location and date.
Revenue Comparison Revenue comparison organized by locations and multiple seasons.
Sales by Class or Camp Sales for classes or camps by season or transaction dates.
Sales by Employee View sales sorted by employee on a specific date.
Sales by Team Sales for teams by season or transaction dates.
Unearned Revenue - Camps Account for camp unearned revenue.
Unearned Revenue - Class Account for class unearned revenue.
Revenue - Memberships Shows unearned membership revenue.
Transaction Report View inter company transaction based on location.
Refund Report Shows a detailed report of refunds within a given date range.
Dated Customer Account Credit Shows customers with account credits that have had no account activity since a given date.
Financial Program Reports
Pass Report Shows status of all passes.
AR Aging Report View customer AR aging by a specific date.
Revenue Detail View expanded detail on revenue categories.
Rental Revenue and Usage Report Gives revenue and usage details based on resource.
Season Revenue Comparison Compare revenue season to season.
Product Report Displays a list of offered products. Search by location and quantity.
Admittance Detail View the detail of who was admitted at a location and when.
Admittance Summary View a summary of customers admitted at a location.
Consolidated Attendance Sheet Find out which customers attended which classes, consolidated over selected locations and programs.
Game Officials Export Game details in CSV format for Excel.
Simple Roster View or print a program roster or waitlist.
This report lists all bookings. Information displayed include booking number, name, customer, invoice number, amount invoiced and amount due. The Options panel allows you to filter bookings by date range and event type. If you know a booking ID, you can look enter just that number to display information for the given booking event. If you leave the "show event detail" checked, you will also see event times and each individual event cost.
This report allows you to view a resource schedule for a given date range that covers a given resource or resources at a selected location or locations. For example, this general approach allows you to view the schedules for all basketball courts at those locations with courts, or all meeting rooms at all facilities, or all video projector and TV resources at a single location.
Similar to the Location Schedule report in usage, the Location Usage report allows you to view past resource usage over a given date range at a selected location or locations. Results displayed include hours available, duration, hours used, and total fees paid.
This report shows the status of all gift cards issued to a customer, including the card price and the balance used.
This report shows all rosters associated with an instructor. With this report, instructors can see all classes or other activities that they are assigned to, plus a roster for each class or activity that includes name, phone and email for everyone on the roster.
This report shows all new customers added to the system, including their names, contact information, team or class name if any, location and program name. Recent purchases are shown as well.
This report shows the status of all suspended customers. For each customer, you will see the suspension start and end date, the employee who reported the suspension, and a comment field that can be used as desired, typically to describe the incident precipitating the suspension. Note that most suspensions are for players on teams, so a Team field and a Foul field are also provided.
Use this report to identify expired or unpurchased customer memberships for the current season based on location and birth date.
This report shows all cash transactions sorted by customer name for a given time period at a given location. The report can also be filtered by GL code. If you know a customer's Customer ID, a field is provided for quick look up of the given customer.
This report shows all cash transactions sorted by GL code for a given time period at a given location. The report can be filtered by selected GL codes. The report displays accrual basis and cash basis numbers and the difference between the two. Note a grand total is displayed for selected GL codes, as well as a grand total less any Gift Card transactions.
This report compares multiple seasons by enrollment and revenue. A Prior Year To Date column shows season numbers, if they exist, for the same season and same date in the previous year.
This report shows sales of class or camp products at a particular location. The Options panel allows you to filter your report and narrow it to a date range for one or more class seasons (or camp seasons). Note that the report breaks out different sessions of the same camp at the same level, and provides a total for the level. Discounts are shown as well as the amount due.
This report shows sales by employee, providing a breakout of items sold and total sales for each employee. The Options panel allows you to select a date and a location for your report.
This report shows all sales to teams, showing amount billed, employee credits, discounts, and amount due. Use the options panel to select one or more league levels and a date range for transactions. Note that the report breaks out different teams in each league, and provides a total for the league (i.e., the level). Discounts are shown as well as the amount due. Also, an employee credit column lists discounts provided to employees who are playing in the league.
This report shows monthly unearned revenue for camps. Unearned revenue is a characteristic of accrual accounting where revenue is earned when camp sessions are held rather than when they are paid for, as with cash basis accounting. The camp unearned revenue report below shows for each camp session the billed amount, the unit price, the monthly distribution of camp enrollments, and earned revenue, total revenue and unearned revenue as of the given month.
Total revenue for a given camp session equals the sum of earned and unearned revenue from the prior month plus newly invoiced sales. The actual calculation for unearned revenue is made by taking the number of sessions remaining, multiplying by the unit price, and subtracting that from the total revenue to date.
This report shows monthly unearned revenue for classes. Unearned revenue is a characteristic of accrual accounting where revenue is earned when classes are held rather than when they are paid for, as with cash basis accounting. The class unearned revenue report below shows the distribution of class sessions, the total unearned revenue for the prior month, and any new invoiced sales for the month being reported on.
Total revenue equals the sum of earned and unearned revenue from the prior month plus new invoiced sales. The actual calculation for unearned revenue is made by taking the number of sessions remaining, multiplying by the price per class, and subtracting that from the total revenue to date.
This report shows total monthly revenue for memberships (earned and unearned revenue). Unearned revenue is a characteristic of accrual accounting where revenue is earned as time elapses rather than when memberships are paid for, as with cash accounting. The report breaks out all membership revenue into three tables: total revenue, earned revenue and unearned revenue. Each table lists all membership types and their associated GL codes, followed by the amount of revenue (i.e., total, earned, or unearned) in each of the preceding 12 months. The Total column sums up revenue for the trailing twelve months.
This report lists all outstanding customer passes at a location by customer, including the number of outstanding uses of a punch pass plus the expiration date of the pass if it is applicable.
This versatile report shows detailed revenue by customer for seasons, levels and groups within levels. The report can be filtered by any of these groupings and by date range. Output of the report shows the customer name, an invoice number linked to the actual invoice, any discounts, the net price and the invoice balance.
This report shows the sum of all invoices by customer where the sum is a credit.
It also displays Account Activity. The most recent date/time of either an invoice or payment.
This report is useful for comparing the current status of program registration in a season with other past program registrations. Most often this is done by comparing the current season with the same season the year before. Especially helpful is the ability to see "year-to-date" numbers that show how registration compares on a day-by-day basis. This way you can see if you're doing better or worse than last year, and take action to improve registration immediately before registration is complete.
Both enrollment numbers and registration revenue are displayed. With the two types of information you can see, for example, the independent effects of a price increase on enrollment and revenue.
This report shows a listing of all products available at one or more locations. This is useful for keeping track of inventory levels across multiple sites. By using the Options panel "Quantity less or equal" field, you can check to see which products need to be re-ordered.
The output of the report includes the product name, price, quantity on hand, the product's UPC code, location, the global price (which may differ from the local price), the product category and subcategory, and cost. For apparel items, Gender and Size fields are also available.
Although the report may produce many pages of output, it's relatively easy to page through it using the search field as shown below.
This report shows all those admitted to a location for a particular date range. Only programs such as memberships and camps that track admittance are shown. Report output shows the name of the customer, a time stamp, the membership type associated with the admittance and the location where the customer was admitted. Sub-totals for different membership types are tallied as well.
Similar to Admittance Detail, this report shows admittance by location in a given date range. It summarizes all admittance by membership type and also gives an overall total summing up the membership subtotals.
This report consolidates creation of attendance sheets for programs. The Options panel allows you to filter by camp, class or team; by season, by location and by date range. The output of the report is one or more attendance sheets per program. Each attendance sheet lists all the customers on the program roster and their phone numbers. Note that attendance can also be taken online, but in many cases using an attendance sheet is more practical.
This report shows game detail for export to scheduling programs for officials. The Options panel allows you to filter by location, season and level (or seasons and levels) and crew size. The output format includes fields for game number, date, start time, age, level, gender, location, home team, away team, crew size, game description, crew description and notes.
This report shows a the list of customers on a simple roster or waitlist. The report can be filtered by date range and the name of the given class, camp, team or event. Note that you can use this roster report for drop-in events or for free agent and house teams.