Accountants can use the Run counter to count how much a company has processed in a period. It is possible to count, for example, runs, wage declarations and user accounts. The overview is shown per debtor.
Note: When the company is marked as test in the company settings, the employees will not be shown in the Employee Run option.
Click on 'Run calculator' on the Overviews tab.
1. Select the counter/counter.
2. Select a tag if necessary, you can also choose to select all tags.
3. Select the year for which you want to count.
4. Click Count.
The following counters can be selected, the display is per period:
1. Company run: it is counted how many runs have been made at all companies and debtors
2. Wage declaration (XML): it is counted how many wage declarations have been made for all companies and debtors
3. HR employee: it is counted how many employees are employed by all companies and debtors
4. Employee Employed: it is counted how many new employees have been employed by all companies and debtors
5. Employee run: it is counted how many employees have been included in a run at all companies and debtors (if a schedule with more than 0.00 hours is active at employee level, in the period in question, the employee will be included in the count )
6. Employee leaving: it is counted how many employees have left the employment of all companies and debtors
7. User account (document viewer): it is counted how many document viewers there are at all companies and debtors
8. User account (customer): it is counted how many unique customer logins there are at all companies and debtors
9. User account (manager): it is counted how many unique manager logins there are at all companies and debtors
10. User account (employee): it is counted how many unique employee logins there are at all companies and debtors
Note: it is not possible to count the annual statements created via the run counter. In Nmbrs, the annual statements are created when the last run has been run, or when an employee has left the company. A Global Export can be run to count the number of annual statements, and this way you can see how many employees are still employed (and have an annual statement) and which employees left employment during the year (and therefore also have an annual statement).
You will then receive an overview per period and the totals of the selected companies.
Colors in the Run Counter
The highest number is always the darkest; if '1' is the highest number in the run counter it will be black. When '2' is the highest number in the run counter it will be darkest and so on.
Deleted or duplicate debtors:
When companies/debtors are removed under a debtor, they remain visible throughout the year. Example: A company was created in 2017, but deleted in 2018. This company/debtor will be visible throughout 2017. The reason for this is that there may have been runs for these companies in 2017. The run counter therefore shows the entire year.
If this is not desired, you can make the debtor invisible under the debtor settings at the highest level. This will then no longer appear in the run counter. This is not possible if the debtor himself has been removed.
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