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Visualize Your Profit and Loss Statement

Profit and Loss Statement App

An internal income statement (also known as profit and loss statement) is very important to a business. It helps the decision-makers to visualize the revenues and expenses of the company over a certain period of time. From now on you can turn your excel spreadsheet into a profit and loss statement app.

The profit and loss statements usually are more detailed than an income statement which can be accessed by the public. With a detailed profit and loss statement, it is easier for the management to make data-driven decisions. For example, when management identifies that the marketing department expenses could be increased to attract more customers and leads.

At Open as App, we strive to help businesses in their digital transformation, and we believe that the Profit and Loss statement app will help decision-makers to make data-driven decisions faster and more easily.

The benefits of the Profit and Loss Statement app are the followings:
• You will have easy access to your information via the app.
• Your management team will be provided with answers more quickly, and therefore can make data-driven decisions faster.
• You can share the information with your colleagues of the management in just a few clicks. (They will have access to the app and can print the result, but they will not be able to alter your data without your consent)

Don’t hesitate to share with us how the app Profit and Loss Statement helped you and how we could further improve it to help you even more.

A few words about data security:

All information you enter is confidential and will not be stored by us. Your entries are only visible to you and are not stored in the app. If you want to keep your calculation data, you can create a PDF in the app’s menu under Print or select “Save data” in the menu, set your settings to private and save.

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