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Metric

A standard unit of measurement, such as the price to earnings ratio.
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He arranges the metrics into categories on corporate financial metrics, market planning measures, brand metrics, customers metrics, product and offering metrics, price metrics, advertising and promotion metrics, direct marketing metrics, social metrics, place and distribution metrics, and sales metrics.
But CX metrics aren't a magical elixir; they need a strong platform around them.
The report, Creating a Balanced Portfolio of Information Technology Metrics, identified four main challenges: 1) many IT metrics depend on other organizational units meeting their performance targets; 2) IT metrics require a focus on long-term planning; 3) chief information officers (CIOs) need to coordinate efforts to integrate metrics and develop standards for comparison; and 4) IT departments must have the ability to collect real-time data on IT operations.
This article presents 40 apparently undisputed metrics which compare 2011 with the same period in 2010.
EPM is composed of metrics, methodologies and analysis and reporting, often referred to under the broad umbrella of business intelligence.
Just as is required for SSA sole source contracts, competitive contracts must also contain performance metrics and include items managed across the agency (that is, they include items managed by more than just one DLA inventory control point to be considered a "corporate" contract).
Selecting the most appropriate metrics to measure is a major challenge in implementing a performance management program.
As mentioned above, Chinese production of paper and paperboard was about 40 million metric tons in 2003--up from 33 million metric tons in 2002--and demand reached 45 million metric tons.
SLAs also specify the quality metrics by which the software quality requirements are measured.
Research question 2 asks: Do LSA metrics provide a wide enough range to discriminate semantic relatedness of outcomes/objectives sets?
Metrics Group is a research firm that specializes in mining patent and publication databases for competitive intelligence and patent portfolio management.