Last Updated on October 16, 2023 by admin
WooCommerce Cost of Goods 2.13.0 GPL Version.
If you want to know how much profit you are making from your online store, then you need a plugin that can track the cost of goods sold (COGS) for your products and orders. WooCommerce Cost of Goods is a plugin that does exactly that, and more. WooCommerce Cost of Goods allows you to set and manage the cost of goods for your products, and automatically calculate the profit and margin for your orders and reports. This way, you can have a clear insight into your store’s performance, and make informed decisions to grow your business.
WooCommerce Cost of Goods is not only simple to use, but also packed with features that make it a versatile and robust profit tracking solution for your online store. Here are some of the benefits of using WooCommerce Cost of Goods:
- Set Costs of Goods for Your Products: WooCommerce Cost of Goods lets you set the cost of goods for your products, either individually or in bulk. You can also set the cost of goods for each variation of your variable products, or apply the same cost to all variations at once. You can use the standard WooCommerce import and export tools to import and export the product costs from and to a CSV file. You can also use the included bulk edit costs tool to edit all product costs, prices and stock from a single page.
- Track Profit and Margin for Your Orders: WooCommerce Cost of Goods automatically calculates the total cost, profit and margin for each order, based on the product costs and the order details. You can also add extra costs to your orders, such as payment gateway fees, shipping costs, or any other additional expenses. You can view the order cost and profit data from the WooCommerce orders list, or from the individual order edit screen. You can also process refunds and voids directly from WooCommerce, and WooCommerce Cost of Goods will update the order cost and profit accordingly.
- Generate Detailed Reports on Revenue and Profit: WooCommerce Cost of Goods integrates with the WooCommerce reports system, and provides you with detailed reports on revenue, cost, profit and margin for your store. You can filter the reports by date range, product category, product tag, or individual product. You can also export the report data to a CSV file for further analysis. You can access the reports from the WooCommerce > Reports > Profit section.
- Compatible with WooCommerce Subscriptions, Pre-Orders, Product Bundles and More: WooCommerce Cost of Goods fully supports WooCommerce Subscriptions and Pre-Orders, so you can track the cost and profit for recurring payments and pre-order products. It also works well with Product Bundles, WP All Import, Openpos, Product Add-Ons, Metorik, and other popular WooCommerce extensions.
WooCommerce Cost of Goods is compatible with WooCommerce 3.0+ and WordPress 4.4+, and requires a valid SSL certificate to function properly. You also need a Bambora account to use this plugin.
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PS: This plugin is regularly checked and updated.