A most important integrated performance indicator of an organization, organization's department, particular officer, reflecting the goals set before the organization, department, and officer for a specific period of time
Key Performance Indicator. A method of tracking or monitoring the progress of existing daily management systems.
Measures that are deemed essential in monitoring the performance of a business e.g. service level, profitability.
A statistical measure of how well an organization is doing. A KPI may measure a company's financial performance or how it is holding up against customer requirements.
A measure (quantitative or qualitative) that enables the overall delivery of a service to be assessed by both business and IT representatives. KPIs should be few in number and focus on the service's potential contribution to business success. To be effective in improving business performance, they must be linked to a strategic plan which details how the business intends to accomplish its vision and mission. The metrics selected must address all aspects of performance results, describe the targeted performance in measurable terms and be deployed to the organisational level that has the authority, resources and knowledge to take the neccessary action.
Indicators used to provide measurements of the defined priority and key success factors of a project or system.
a measure of an essential outcome of a particular organizational performance activity a
a response to the overwhelming volume of data Web analytics applications produce," said Eric Peterson, Vice President of Strategic Services in the Visual Sciences division of WebSideStory
The most critical measures of performance in any organization, typically productivity measures.
Metrics that companies use to measure their business - most are operational in nature and vertical industry specific.
A statistical measure of how well an organization is doing. KPIs represent quantifiable goals or targets established in a business' strategic plan. PureShare ActiveMetrics allows business managers and individual staff to monitor KPIs that are relevant to them, in a customized view that makes sense for their individual context.
Measures the effectiveness of actions taken by our suppliers to ensure compliance with the SOE.
A measure which is of strategic importance to a company or department. For example, a supply chain flexibility metric is Supplier On-time Delivery Performance which indicates the percentage of orders that are fulfilled on or before the original requested date. Also see: Scorecard
The measurable quantities against which specific Performance Criteria can be set.
A measurable quantity against which specific Performance Criteria can be set when drawing up the SLA.
A significant measure used on its own, or in combination with other key performance indicators, to monitor how well a business is achieving its quantifiable objectives.
Measurable factor of extreme importance to the organization in achieving its strategic goals and objectives.
A measure or metric that is included on a scorecard because its measurement drives performance achievement. Key performance indicators are typically attached to a critical success factor or other actions associated with a corporate goal or objective.