Codup WooCommerce Profit Reporting


Codup WooCommerce Profit Report settings integrate with WooCommerce to provide you with the insights of your profits and helps in tracking your revenue.
Enable the profit reporting from WP Admin->WooCommerce->Profit Report Settings and complete the setup to analyze your revenue.

Profit Report

  1. The profit report have following columns:
    1.1.1. Order id
    1.1.2. Order date
    1.1.3. Order total
    1.1.4. Order cost
    1.1.5. Overhead
    1.1.6. Order Tax
    1.1.7. Order shipment
    1.1.8. Order profit
    1.2. A multi select order status filter on profit reporting grid will be displayed showing the desired results in report. statuses would be abundant, refunded, pending payment, processing, on hold and completed.
    1.3. The order profit will only be calculated for completed orders.
    1.4. The net total of all the columns will be displayed as total sum of all entries in the column.
  2. There is a option to search for particular order id. When a search is run, the result will be a single row on the same listing screen.
  3. Average profit of all orders is display on wordpress dashboard in Average customer value section.

Profit Settings

The plugin allows you to set up profit reporting on each order globally as well as for each individual order.

  • Cost Price: Cost Price is the original price of the product. It is required to calculate profit. You can set cost of single product from ‘Product > Edit Product’ Page. Default cost is used when product does not have a valid cost price. Cost price can be set in terms of percentage or fixed value.

  • Overhead Settings: Overhead Cost is all the cost other than original price of the product. It is deducted from the revenue to calculate product, just like cost. Overhead is set globally for all products. Just like cost price, overhead cost can also be set in terms of percentage or fixed value.

Once the profit report is enabled, you can see the detailed report at WP Admin->Profit Reports. An overview of the report is present at WP Admin dashboard as well.



  1. Install the plugin through the WordPress plugins screen directly.
  2. Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ screen in WordPress
  3. Use the Dashboard->WooCommerce->Profit Report Settings to configure the plugin

Minimum Requirements

  • PHP version 5.2.4 or greater (PHP 5.6 or greater is recommended)
  • MySQL version 5.0 or greater (MySQL 5.6 or greater is recommended)
  • Some payment gateways require fsockopen support (for IPN access)
  • Profit Reports for WooCommerc v1.1.3.1 requires WooCommerce 3.0+
  • WooCommerce 3.0 requires WordPress 4.4+

Visit the WooCommerce server requirements documentation for a detailed list of server requirements


June 26, 2018
Works after a couple of string/int datatype errors are fixed have to weed out the tacky codup advertising popups…sheesh
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Contributors & Developers

“Codup WooCommerce Profit Reporting” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.