Skip to main content
Contract Report
Updated over a week ago

Overview:

The Contracts Report is a brand-new report that separates contracts from transient reservations in the Dockwa system. Contracts and reservations have historically been displayed and stored within the same locations in the Dockwa system which has caused confusion for both the marina and boater. This is no longer the case. Want to learn more about the new Contract Management Page? Take a look at this article: Contract Management Page

Similar to the Reservations Report, the Contracts Report is a summary report of basic financial information associated with specific contracts during a selected time period. This is a high-level report and is generally not used for revenue recognition purposes.

Accessing the Report:

  1. Select the “Reports” Tab from the navigation bar on the left-hand side of your screen

  1. Select “Contracts” from the list of reports

  1. Select the date range that you would like to include within your export.

  2. Select the “Export” button

  3. Select the “Download” button from the Recent Exports list. This will open the report in Excel on your computer. The report will also be emailed to you and you can download it through that email as well.

Report Information Breakdown

The Contracts Report is made up of the following columns. Each contract will have its own row in the Contracts Report. Please note that the number of columns may increase depending on if you use custom fields within your contract groups.

Value

Definition

Contract Status

What status the contract is in (ex: signed, completed in-house, expired, etc). Reference this article for more details on statuses.

Contract Quote ID

A unique string of letters and numbers tied to the contract quote that was initially sent to the boater.

Contract Group

Indicates which contract group the contract is tied to.

Reservation ID

The unique string of letters and numbers that identifies each Dockwa contract reservation

Customer Name

The name of the customer associated with the contract.

Email

The email of the customer associated with the contract.

Phone

The phone number of the customer associated with the contract.

Vessel Name

The name of the vessel associated with the contract.

Vessel Length (Feet)

Length of the vessel overall.

Vessel Beam (Feet)

Width of vessel overall.

Vessel Draw (Feet)

The distance between the waterline and the deepest part of the boat (also known as the “Draft”.

Vessel Type

Indicates if it is a power boat or sailboat.

Vessel Make

The brand/model of the vessel.

Vessel Year

The year the vessel was made.

Space Type

Indicates whether the contract represents dockage, moorage, or storage.

Space Group

Indicates which space group the vessel is assigned to in the system.

Space Name

Indicates which space name the vessel is assigned to in the system.

Space LOA

Indicates the length overall of the space that the contract is assigned to.

Space Price

The price set for storage,dockage or moorage on a contract.

Power Type

What type of electric power the contract is tied to.

Autopay

Indicates whether the contract is on autopay or not.

Contract Sign Date

Indicates the date that the contract was signed.

Revenue Category

Indicates which revenue category the contract is tied to.

Contract Start Date

Indicates the date that the contract begins.

Contract End Date

Indicates the date that the contract ends.

Contract Nights

Indicates how many nights long the contract is.

Payment Term

Indicates the payment structure of the contract (Ex: Upfront, monthly, etc).

Electric Price

Indicates the price of electric that boater is paying for on the contract.

Fees

Indicates any fees tied to the contract.

Discounts

Indicates any discounts tied to the contract.

Charges

Indicates any charges tied to the contract

Deposits

Indicates any deposits tied to the contract.

Tax

Indicates the amount of tax that has been charged on the contract.

Total

Indicates the contract total amount.

Outstanding Balance

Indicates the amount of money still owed on the contract.

Amount Paid

Indicates the amount of money that has been paid on the contract.

Did this answer your question?