Navigate to Quality Control -> Audit Manager. Click on the Add New Audits Records button (). Select a Route and/or Location Type from the drop down menus () or enter some text in the Search area () for the location(s) you are looking for.
Choose the locations you want to record audits for by checking the box under the Select header. A form will appear at the bottom for each location selected to record the necessary audit info.
If one of the locations required some sort of service or maintenance, check the Service Required check box for that location and add the necessary required service in the Service Request field. Once the audit is saved, this required service will appear on the Service Manager page as well.
Click the Save Changes button () to save the audits.
If you want to exclude a record(s) from being saved, check the box at the end of the row under the Exclude header for the required location to be excluded. This will save you from cancelling out all of the info you entered if you realize one of the locations you added to the list should not be included.
The Audit Statistics page will give you a breakdown of how many audits were performed over the course of a year, broken down by months and days.
You can also view the Audit Summary by Route. This gives you a breakdown of how many audits were done on a route, over the course of a year and also the Most Recent Audit done for each route.
Completed Audit Details
You can also view all individual completed audits on the Completed Audit Details tab.
If you record how much product was left at a location, at the time of the audit in the Audit Notes, you can compare that info with the Set Draw and Reported Returns for that particular issue date as well. The Set Draw is how much quantity should have been delivered, initially, and the Reported Returns is how many copies the driver reported picking up, when the next is issue was delivered.