Each business uses ways and means to measure their business performances. Key Performance Indicator (KPI) are measurable values that demonstrates how effectively one company is achieving its key business objectives. Market is crowded with lots of bulky product that are proposing to help businesses in order to identify their business pulses. Most of these are complicated to make use of, that makes it difficult to arrives at the key numbers.Further these product are very costly for small and mid-size businesses to make use of them.

Our solution is a niche but robust and fairly easy to use KPI solutions for small and mid-size market segment. It will draw discrete informations from common IT systems that a mid sized business make use of, collate the discrete data in meaningful datasets and create best in class algorithms to create interactive KPIs

Composite View- Data pull from

  1. CRM-Salesforce
  2. QuickBooks & Xero
  3. ERP systems - connect your legacy ERP too

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  1. ARPU
  2. Churn Rate
  3. Monthly Recurring Revenue (MRR)
  4. Customer Acquisition Cost (CAC)
  5. Customer Lifetime Value (CLTV)

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  1. Customer LifeTime Value
  2. Bounce Rate
  3. Goal Conversion Rate
  4. Click Through Rate
  5. Cost per Click
  6. Cost per Acquisition
  7. ROI

Sales Metrics

  1. Lead Conversion Ratio
  2. Opportunity Conversion Ratio
  3. Average Sales Cycle
  4. Average Revenue per Unit
  5. Customer Lifetime Value
  6. Customer Acquisition Cost

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  1. Production Costs
  2. Defect Density
  3. Right First Time
  4. Asset Turnover
  5. Unit Costs
  6. Return on Assets
  7. Maintenance Costs

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  1. Gross Profit Margin
  2. Operating Profit Margin
  3. Operating Expenses Ratio
  4. Net Profit Margin
  5. Current Ratio
  6. Return on Assets
  7. Return on Equity
  8. Debt to Equity Ratio

Customer Service

  1. Average Response Time
  2. First Call Resolution
  3. Customer Satisfaction
  4. Net Promoter Score
  5. Customer Effort Score
  6. Customer Retention
  7. Support Costs vs Revenue