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Merksyst Analytics

The data obtained from the daily operation and management of a commercial company must be transformed into key performance indicators (KPIs), the analysis of which will enable the development of strategic planning to increase the profitability of your business.

Merksyst Analytics processes and analyzes your business's transactional data to enable you to consult the size and variables of each transaction (by article, branch, time, customer, supplier, among others) by grouping the key performance indicators for consultation by management to be able to measure and compare them easily.

Business Processes

  • Translation of statistical information into key performance indicators.
  • Extraction of historical data.


  • Improves the decision-making process.
  • Reduces the time spent on analysis and decision-making.
  • Increases the efficiency of the operation linked to the business strategy.
  • Reduces business losses due to the lack of strategy.
  • Increases the visibility of the operation at different management levels.
  • Improves the synchrony of the business's financial and operating strategies.
  • Improves business opportunities with suppliers.


Financial dominance

Financial Ratios Model

  • Current ratio.
  • Acid test.
  • Cash ratio.
  • Customer turnover.
  • Average receivable days.
  • Financial and economic cycle.
  • Indebtedness ratio.
  • Leverage ratio.
  • Solvency ratios.
  • Liquidity ratio.
  • Stability ratios.
  • Capital investment ratio.
  • Productivity ratios.
  • Working capital revenues.
  • Partners’ capital revenues.
  • Profitability ratios.
  • Profit margin on sales.
  • Return on investment.
  • Return on capital.
  • Turnover of assets.
  • Turnover of fixed assets
  • Turnover of stockholders' equity.
  • Turnover of working capital.
  • Capital investment.
  • Capital value.

Balance Sheet Model

  • Balance sheet.
  • Voucher balance.
  • Detail of vouchers.

Statement of Income Model

  • General income.
  • Income.
  • Costs.
  • Expenses.

Cash Flow Model

  • Cash flow.
  • Earnings per unit invested by partners.
  • Earnings on total investment.
  • Earnings per unit sold.
  • Turnover of assets.
  • Financial cycle.
  • Inventory turnover cycle.
  • Accounts receivable turnover.
  • Turnover of suppliers.