In addition to the default columns, you can toggle on following to customize your view:

Title - the name of the item

Cost Unit - the wholesale cost of the item

$ / oz - the Cost Unit divided by the volume of the item

Family - the assigned family (Liquor, Beer, Wine, etc)

Category - the child category of the family (For example, Liquor - Rum)

Sold (bottles) - Number of bottles sold based on the sales data received from your POS system and using the POS items and recipes you have created.

Beginning Inventory (bottles) - the count of the item in the "From" inventory.

Movements (bottles) - the sum of any deliveries and returns for the inventory period

Ending Inventory (bottles) - the count of the item in the "To" inventory.

Consumed (bottles) - Previous inventory + Orders received – Current inventory. i.e What has been used/consumed, displayed in bottles.

Variance (bottles) -
Sold (bottles) - Consumed (bottles). A negative value indicates a loss, whereas a positive value indicates a surplus

Sales (oz) -
 Number of ounces sold based on the sales data received from your POS system and using the POS items and recipes you have created.

Consumption (oz) -
Previous inventory + Orders received – Current inventory. i.e What has been used/consumed, displayed in ozs.

Variance (oz) -
Same as Variance (Bottles) but converted to ounces.

Consumption Cost ($) -
Number of bottles/oz consumed multiplied by the Cost/Unit

Sold ($) -
The total dollar value of sales for the item

Variance Cost ($) -
The cost of the variance based on the wholesale price (your cost/unit in Venue Bottles).

WISK ID -
the unique identifier for the item assigned by WISK

Variance Retail ($) -
The cost of the variance based on sale price using a weighted average of all the POS items that the product is an ingredient. In other words, what the variance cost would have sold for.

Shrinkage (%) -

Shrinkage (Volume)

Actual Beverage Cost -
Consumption Cost / Sold ($)

Theoretical Beverage Cost -
This is the target beverage cost if you poured exactly what was mapped to your recipe, in other words, if there was no variance.  

(Cost / Unit * Sold (bottles) / Sold ($)

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