P.L.A.D.™ Financial Ratio Analysis can help to greatly clarify understanding of performance improvement fundamentals for two main groups of app users: ...
P.L.A.D.™ Financial Ratio Analysis can help to greatly clarify understanding of performance improvement fundamentals for two main groups of app users: 1) business owners, executives and managers – plus the accountants, advisors, consultants, board members, bankers and investors who work with them; 2) teachers of business/accounting-related courses, as well as the high school and university-level students they teach. By inputting 13 specified dollar values into the app – 10 from Balance Sheets and 3 from Income Statements – a user can automatically calculate/view the Financial Ratio Analysis results for three key Profitability measures, three key Liquidity measures, six key Activity measures and three key Debt measures. These performance results include: Net Profit Margin (Return on Sales) Return on Assets Return on Equity Working Capital Current Ratio Quick Ratio Accounts Receivable Turnover Assets Turnover per Period Inventory Turns per Period Days' Sales in Inventory Average Accounts Receivable Average Inventory Held Financial Leverage Long-Term Debt to Capital Debt to Assets Ratio The app comes pre-loaded with 13 entered dollar values taken from a sample Balance Sheet and Income Statement (both provided within the app) that highlight in green color each line item containing a variable used by the app's ratio analysis formulas. This makes it easier to find the 13 required dollar values on your company's Balance Sheets and Income Statements. P.L.A.D.™ Financial Ratio Analysis incorporates a set of interconnected performance-analysis variables, which means that a change in one or more of the entered dollar values will likely produce multiple adjustments in the calculated/displayed results across all included measurements of Profitability, Liquidity, Activity and Debt. The app offers valuable guidance on the importance and potential significance of each ratio analysis result. It also shows the component variables that comprise each formula and indicates whether the “direction for improvement” in a particular result generally means aiming for a higher or lower number. In addition, users will enjoy convenient access to a useful Glossary of all the ratio analysis-related terms, formulas and variables used in the app.
Size: 2.79 MB
Price: 0,00 €
Developed by Sitrova Innovations
Day of release: 2013-10-5
Recommended age: 4+