Key Performance indicators are extremely relevant to monitor business progress, they serve very little an Enterprise performance if they are not subject to constant analysis. KPI analysis is about making the most out of what the performance indicators are showing. The value of the constant KPI analysis resides in the quality of the KPIs, the quality of the data and of course the skills of the business analysts who are looking at the mix.
KPI analysis can be a very powerful management tool if used over time showing immediately what has worked better and what has been turning bad. Comparing different periods can give much insights to understand the occurrence of certain trends. This is true for financial performance tracking, sales force management or even in understanding customer buying patterns.
KPI analysis is not only relevant to challenging business matters but can serve in many other areas such as clinical trials management, student performance monitoring or even household logistics.
STUDENT GRADE TRANSFER
Describes about the student Grade Transfers over the Period.
This KPI will brief about the different Degree transfers over the Years
A retention analysis will allow you to see, in numbers, things like:
What percentage of your users is coming back week after week?
What percentage of your users is paying month after month?
Do people typically stick around for months, or leave after a few days?
Did that product overhaul you released last month increase retention or hurt it?
STATE OF MEMBERSHIP
Tells about the Current Membership Details on the Given Period. Actual Counts, Members etc.
KPI ANALYSIS TOOLS SET
SQL Server Reporting Server(SSRS)