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Metric

A standard unit of measurement, such as the price to earnings ratio.
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In summary, none of these individual metrics standing on their own convey much information.
Different companies may use the same or similar metrics but would weight them differently depending on their dominant business models--product-, customer- or cost-focused--and the lines of business they write.
DSCR also holds separate meetings with each supplier to discuss specific performance metrics, issues, and improvement plans.
Asia currently consumes more than 10 million metric tons/yr of bleached hardwood kraft pulp, a figure that will likely grow to 15 million metric tons/yr by the end of the decade.
In this multifaceted administration phase, a collaborative team of skilled professionals engages in a form of daily performance monitoring adhering to a clear set of standards and metrics.
This exploratory study adapts LSA for a metric to quickly review program assessment efforts in an educational environment.
The future supply chain organization will be one that feels that it has a direct impact on market share, among many other non-traditional metrics.
So we have an existing, but often unrecognized, common ground of aggregate metrics and can begin to discuss the mutual interdependence of the clinical and financial worlds.
Speaking of results, that leads us to metrics and the measurement of results.
The volume-related metrics include such items as the number of monthly expense reports we process, the invoices we pay and the payroll checks we issue.