The menu Evaluation last period allows you to view and perform processing relating to the last available accounting period. Below are some examples.
- The Leanus Score is a performance indicator that takes into account various economic, equity and financial aspects of the company.
- The Resilience indicator measures the company's ability to resist economic and financial difficulties.
- Altman's Zeta-Score is a default risk assessment model that uses various economic and financial metrics to predict the likelihood of a firm failing.
- The Recommended Credit Line is the maximum loan limit that the company can obtain based on its financial situation.
- The Middle Central Credit Band (MCC) is a classification that indicates a company's credit rating.
- Central Credit Processing is a service that provides information on a company's creditworthiness based on its financial situation and payment history.
- I KPI (Key Performance Indicators) are key performance indicators that help assess the health of a company. THE KPI sectoral are specific to the business sector of the company, while i KPI crisis code measure the company's risk of insolvency. THE KPI general are general performance indicators, such as the ROI (Return on Investment) or the profit margin.
- The Leanus Benchmark Comparison compares company data with the industry average, providing an assessment of the company's performance against the industry average.
The menu Last Period Evaluation provides an in-depth analysis of the accounting data relating to the last period, that is
The Economic, Equity and Financial Profile, the Leanus Score, the Resilience indicator and the Altman Zeta-Score for the last accounting period
In-depth analysis of accounting data relating to the last period
Middle Central Credit Band (MCC)
Central Risk Processing
KPI Crisis code
Comparison with Leanus benchmarks
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