For the revenue number, Jitta uses a company’s sales revenue or main revenue while SET uses total revenue. The reason Jitta uses sales revenue is to show a clearer picture of whether the main business’ revenue increases or decreases. This helps you avoid making mistake in case the company has some irregular revenues.
Jitta Score is also calculated from sales revenue instead of total revenue to show whether the company’s main products and services are still in demand and sold as well as before, whether its product prices can be raised by inflation, or whether the company can earn revenue from new products and services. It makes more sense than factoring other revenues or share of other income of associates (which might be uncertain each year) in the calculation.