Revenue BI

The basics

The financial dashboard can be broken down into three primary tab groups:

  • The summary tab

  • Details tabs (Revenue Analytics, RPS Analytics and Catalogue Analytics)

  • Specialized tabs (Revenue Projection, P&L, Revenue / RPS / Streams Trees, Monitoring, and Q&A). Summary

Presenting the key metrics in context of the page, benchmarked against the previous period, depending on the selected time frame (i.e., if Q1 2022 is selected, the data across Q1 2022 would be benchmarked against Q4 2021).

Filter box

Surfacing a selection of UI-based filters and slicers allows you to quickly navigate to a relevant subset of data. These filters can be continuously added by ctrl / cmd + clicking any element of the filter box or the dashboard itself.

The slicer elements of the filter box, like "search for: Label/Artist/Release/Track" slicers, are synced between tabs. The visual treemap filters like "Top 5 Labels" or "Top 10 Artists" will only apply to the current page/tab.


Most maps and pie charts also include on-hover tooltips to allow you to quickly drill down into a specific set of data in an intuitive and visual way.

Card Flip Buttons

Numerous visuals in the dashboard (such as bar graphs or filled maps) also include “flip card” buttons, allowing you to quickly switch between a visual and table representation of the data.


Revenue: Total amount or revenue generated in your preferred currency

Streams/Sales: A total number of payable events, including streams, downloads & other sales

RPS: Average revenue per payable event under current filters

DSP: Digital Service Provider, a reporting source providing revenue data, i.e. Amazon

Storefront: a specific, customer-facing solution in the DSPs ecosystem, i.e. Amazon Music Unlimited and Amazon Music.

Last Period vs. Previous Year: Revenue comparison tables allow you to quickly assess the movements of revenue across two different time periods. “Last Period” is calculated based on your current timeframe selection, i.e. if Q1 2022 is selected, last period would stand for Q4 2021. “Previous Year” timeframe, on the other hand, is designed to account for seasonality of consumption, providing a benchmark against the same period last year, i.e. if Q1 2022 is selected, Previous Year would stand for Q1 2021.

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