Key performance indicators. Four key performance indicators were issued by the NTA in April 2002 for drug misuse services. The Agency is using these KPIs to review the provision of services in each DAT area. The four KPIs are: waiting times, new referrals, treatment completion/planned discharge rates and unit costs.
A high-level measure of system output, traffic or other usage, simplified for gathering and review on a weekly, monthly or quarterly basis. Typical examples are bandwidth availability, transactions per second and calls per user. KPIs are often combined with cost measures (such as cost per transaction or cost per user) to build key system operating metrics.
KPI are quantifiable measurements, agreed to beforehand, that reflect the critical success factors (of the company, department, project).
key performance indicators. Quantifiable measurements based on financial and nonfinancial metrics that reflect the critical success factors of an organization. These are used in the CBM to assess the present state of business and to prescribe the course of action.
Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) are descriptive time, cost or quality indicators used to capture the performance of a process.
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Key Performance Indicators. Key Performance Indicators are typically kept in dashboards and provide customers with an understanding of how the site is performing.
Key Performance Indicators. An important measure defined by a company to measure its performance on a particular topic.
Key Performance Indicators. Chosen factors that directly and indirectly influence the effectiveness of a product or process
Indicators of the performance of a telecoms business in terms of customers and revenue generation.... more on KPI (Key performance indicators)
Key Performance Indicators. A short list of metrics that a company's managers have identified as the most important variables reflecting operational or organizational performance.
Key Performance Indicators. KPI refers to the short list of measurable parameters that will indicate how well the business is doing at attaining its goals. In a manufacturing quality scenario, this may be the amount of scrap or rework that gets metered. In a service quality scenario, such as an insurance company, this may be the open inventory of unprocessed claims. In brand management, market share in itself and in comparison with competing brands is sure to be relevant. In logistics, on-time deliveries, empty return loads, or missing items are candidate indicators.