Easy, Flexible KPI Dashboard Software

Looking for intuitive flexible dashboard software for tracking your KPI’s? InetSoft offers both free and enterprise versions of its award winning data visualization software, Style Scope.

See what's going on in your organization - with live connections to whatever your sources are. Modify KPI dashboards yourself for your own tailored view, or even build new ones yourself - no technical training is necessary. Since informational needs are always changing, Style Scope allows the easy integration of both new data sources and new metrics to track, allowing you to keep ahead of the curve.

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Executive Sales Dashboard with a KPI Report

This dashboard is the prototypical executive sales dashboard designed for both the executive who is managing multiple sales teams as well as the sales team manager keeping track of just his own sales team pipeline. In one screen you have an individual view of the performance of all of your sales teams, broken down by team as well as individual salesperson, and their performance compared to their quotas.

Checking off one or more of those sales teams refreshes all of the other charts to show information associated with their sales or lack thereof. For organizations with dozens or hundreds of sales representatives, the heirarchies of selection trees give a dashboard user the power to analyze performance without being overwhelmed with information.

Commonly Reported KPIs

  • Year-to-date sales versus last year's for the same period
  • Size of the current sales pipeline versus the same period last year
  • Sales opportunity close ratio, this year compared to last year
  • Monthly closed-won sales
  • Dollar-sizes of all opportunities in the sales pipeline by sales stage
  • Number of new leads created by month
  • Top sales opportunities in the pipeline - you can drill through the account names to get to the specifics of the opportunity.
  • Exception reporting - you can see a count and drill through to the list of leads that have not been touched in the last x days that you specify as inactive, as well as the number of opportunities deemed inactive.
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What KPIs Does an Analyst at a Pet Supplies Company Track?

An analyst at a pet supplies company plays a critical role in monitoring and optimizing various aspects of the business. They track key performance indicators (KPIs) to assess the company's performance, identify areas for improvement, and support strategic decision-making. Here are some KPIs that an analyst at a pet supplies company might track:

  1. Sales Revenue: Total revenue generated from the sale of pet supplies, including food, toys, accessories, and grooming products. This KPI helps assess overall business performance and growth trends.

  2. Gross Profit Margin: The percentage of revenue that exceeds the cost of goods sold (COGS). A high gross profit margin indicates efficient production and pricing strategies.

  3. Inventory Turnover Ratio: The number of times inventory is sold and replaced during a specific period. A high inventory turnover ratio indicates efficient inventory management and avoids overstocking or understocking.

  4. Customer Acquisition Cost (CAC): The average cost incurred to acquire a new customer. Monitoring CAC helps assess the effectiveness of marketing and sales efforts and optimize customer acquisition strategies.

  5. Customer Lifetime Value (CLV): The total revenue generated from a customer over their entire relationship with the company. CLV helps assess the long-term profitability of acquiring and retaining customers.

  6. Customer Retention Rate: The percentage of customers who continue to purchase from the company over a specific period. High customer retention rates indicate strong customer loyalty and satisfaction.

  7. Average Order Value (AOV): The average amount spent by customers per transaction. Increasing AOV can boost revenue and profitability.

  8. Website Traffic and Conversion Rates: The number of visitors to the company's website and the percentage of visitors who make a purchase. Monitoring website traffic and conversion rates helps assess the effectiveness of online marketing and e-commerce strategies.

  9. Product Performance Metrics: Sales performance of individual products, including best-selling items, slow-moving inventory, and product return rates. This helps optimize product assortment and inventory management.

  10. Social Media Engagement Metrics: Metrics such as likes, shares, comments, and follower growth on social media platforms. Monitoring social media engagement helps assess brand awareness, customer engagement, and the effectiveness of social media marketing efforts.

  11. Supply Chain and Logistics KPIs: Metrics related to supplier performance, order fulfillment accuracy, delivery times, and transportation costs. Optimizing supply chain and logistics operations ensures timely and cost-effective delivery of pet supplies to customers.

  12. Customer Satisfaction and Feedback Metrics: Metrics such as Net Promoter Score (NPS), customer satisfaction surveys, and online reviews. Monitoring customer satisfaction helps identify areas for improvement and maintain positive relationships with customers.

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