7.1.2. Graphs

The graphs give you an easy and immediate view of the project’s key figures. There are 6 graphs that you can access:

  1. Income statement
  2. Investment
  3. Financing
  4. Costs
  5. Indicators
  6. Feasibility analysis

Income statement

You can change the graph between three key main indicators:

  • Revenue
  • Net income


You have a presentation of the total investment and of the investment of each year: hover the mouse on a year and it will show the corresponding investment amount.


Creates a stacked chart with the financing inputs:

  • Issued capital (add the issued capital and other equity on the financing inputs).
  • Shareholders loan (corresponding to the shareholders on the financing inputs).
  • Bank loans (corresponding to the debt on the financing inputs).


Creates a stacked chart with the main operational costs (income statement by nature perspective):

  • Raw materials and consumables.
  • Operating expenses.
  • Employees’ benefits.

Note: because it is a stacked chart the values are accumulated.


You can change the chart between three key main indicators:

  • Return On Sales (ROS).
  • Return On Assets (ROA).
  • Equity ratio.

Feasibility analysis

Delivers the Net Present Value (NPV), the Internal Rate of Return (IRR) and payback year of the project.

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