Brixx feature roadmap

An overview of the future of Brixx over the coming months. This is not a complete list of our feature backlog and is subject to change but it provides a good indication of what is on the way.

New features coming soon

Work is nearly finished

Featured project: Xero integration
We’re working hard on our much requested Xero integration. The primary goals are:

  • Creating a new Brixx plan and forecast from your Xero accounts and data
  • Matching your Xero accounts to equivalents in Brixx to automate actuals vs forecast

Once you’ve connected a plan to Xero, you’ll no longer have to enter actuals manually into Brixx, it will seamlessly update.

Prepayments
Adding prepayment forecasting options to income and expense components.

Improved opening balance
Adding more fields and improve the ability to profile the cash impact of these opening accounts more precisely. 

KPI report
Dedicated report for showing financial KPIs such as profitability and gearing.

New capital component
A dedicated component for calculating owner capital introductions and withdrawals (So the equity component can be completely focused around dividend and shares).

Coming later

Work has started

Compare plan
Use the new variance reports to compare two different plans (scenarios) against each other.

Lease component
A new component to handle the forecast of assets leased to your business.

Inventory component improvements
Better inventory management features.

New capital component
A dedicated component for calculating owner capital introductions and withdrawals (So the equity component can be completely focused around dividend and shares).

The future

Planned but not yet scheduled

Custom dashboard
Create your own charts and customise the dashboard layout

Weekly inputting and reporting
Adding a more detailed frequency to forecast in

Quickbooks integration
Same goals as our Xero integration

Lead generator component
A component that generates leads based on marketing/sales spend and forecast conversion rates. The leads could then drive revenue in income components.

Detailed flexes
A flex panel that can be used to flex ‘all income’ or ‘all cost of sales’ for example.