Key Performance Indicators

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Key Performance Indicators

Quantitative and qualitative measurements showing how successfully an organization is achieving its investment goals. Key performance indicators vary from firm to firm, depending on one's particular needs and goals. Firms determine internally both the key performance indicators and the process of measuring them. They are used in marketing, manufacturing, and supply chain management.
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The school improved its results in every key success indicator for the sixth year in a row, with five A*- C GCSE results increasing by an incredible 20 per cent - taking it over the 80 per cent threshold for the first time.
The test readers' intent to purchase a particular brand, a key success indicator, is lifted by 24% with relevant ads.
Every key success indicator was exceeded and ISPCON Fall 2004 is already promising to pick up where the Spring show left off.
It will clearly breakdown the key success indicators, that have shown to hold positive outlook for commercialization over the short term future.
MJM Interactive focuses on communications strategies delivering added value through real-time adaptability and measurement tools designed to evaluate key success indicators such as effectiveness, program reach and ROI.
Ferland stressed that financial success was tied to operational excellence throughout the company and pointed to key success indicators.
Enterprise CRM solutions share many of the same overall key success indicators as On-Demand solutions, including the need for careful integration with other applications and advanced analytics.
SMG has developed a process in which the organizations can essentially assess candidates within the context of the actual work situations they'll be faced with in the new job, to flesh out likely performance on key success indicators.
By measuring customer satisfaction and other key success indicators, ReportCard gives business managers and administrators visibility into system performance so that they can act quickly to correct problems before they affect customer satisfaction.