C-Suite: Income Statement dashboard

The Income Statement dashboard shows financial performance and helps a finance manager understand overall profitability. The income statement report outlines revenues and expenses, including subcomponents of each, for each period of a given fiscal year. The combination of this report and key profit and loss accounts, which are defined as KPIs, allows the tracking of profits at several levels.

This dashboard can answer these business questions:

  • What is the company's top-line profitability?
  • How profitable is the business, factoring only its core operating activities?
  • After all things are considered, for example, taxes and interest expense, is the business still profitable?
  • Is the company competitive at each profitability level compared to industry peers?

Reports and KPIs in this dashboard show the values using the End This Period analysis.

Filters selected in this dashboard are passed to the CEO, CFO, Balance Sheet, Key Ratio - Operational, and Key Ratio - Strategic dashboards so you can perform continuous data analysis.

Report and KPIs

The Income Statement report is available in this dashboard.

This dashboard also contains these KPIs:
  • Gross Revenue
  • Cost of Sales
  • Gross Profit
  • Operating Income
  • Operating Cost
  • Net Profit

These KPIs use Accounting Period Date as basis for analysis and Sum aggregation. Values shown in the KPIs are based on the selected period in the Fiscal Period filter. Each KPI displays a trend chart based on the selected value in the Last N Period filter.

The period selected in the Fiscal Period filter and Currency information are displayed on the banner.


These required filters are available:
  • Division (Config. 3)
  • Fiscal Period (Config. 2)
  • Last N Periods (Config. 2)

The Last N Period filter controls the number of periods displayed in the Income Statement report.

Drill across

Click the Back button on the banner to return to the CFO Dashboard.