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New Post 4/19/2011 8:25 PM
User is offline NattonInc
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Business Metrics Considerations for Analysis 

I work for an application development company, and I'm  currently building a Business Analysis Consolidated Metrics Tool that consolidates key business drivers from various departments and systems. The user has the ability to custom view and compare metrics at all levels of the Sales/Company Hierarchy. In addition, Productivity, Marketing, Scorecards, ROI, Trending, and other business analysis are components of this tool.

I would like to know your thoughts on what business driver metrics should be inlcuded in the tool. The Analysis tool is not industry specific. Any information would be greatly appreciated.


New Post 4/28/2011 11:18 PM
User is offline Craig Brown
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Big question 

 Have a look at OMG's Business Motivation Model.

I tend to link back to the balanced scorecard myself.

I think you shuld keep this highly configurable and do a bit of consulting to help the client do the set-up.  If you are going to sell via the web (ie without consutling) you might want to create a user guide or wizard that6 points people to their own internal strategy, goals, etc.


I'd be interested in taking a look at your product when it' ready.

New Post 8/27/2012 10:49 PM
User is offline akash
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Re: Business Metrics Considerations for Analysis 
Modified By Chris Adams  on 8/28/2012 3:18:57 PM)

I think that Newton Business Intelligence Analytics Tool is best. It have following functionalities:-

• Make drop-down hierarchies, custom hierachies quickly and quickly
• Natural versatility in the device allows for quick ad-hoc computations and analysis
• Perspective the same company car owner from various viewpoints from the consideration administrator, to a international stage.
• Perspective the same company car owner from various viewpoints from the consideration administrator, to the international stage.
• Compare up to 4 years of information with 75+ company analytics in one location
• Monitor your confirming deliverables, modify schedules, modify measurement explanations, and schedules quickly.
• Make Ad-Hoc reviews within minutes
• Ability to follow % to Plan, by quarter, 1st 50 percent of the season, 2nd 50 percent of the season, and Year-to-Date
• Monitor sales force efficiency for all your areas. Design allows to copy directly into a PowerPoint .ppt application file
• Monitor Marketing Campaings, ROI, Close Rates, etc at all stages of your organization
• Make Ad-Hoc Opinions and apply What if scenarios?
• Monitor and Evaluate Route-to-Market of your items or services
• Develop Performance Scorecards for your revenue organizations
• Position your revenue consideration professionals and enjoy changes in performance positions throughout the season.
• Maintain and track revenue consideration professionals changes within the device via the Global Applying Table
• Make backlinks to other key systems in your company and have it added to your main selection.
• Monitor and Evaluate granular items or neck industry sectors in one location
• Perspective traditional information quickly without having to go to many different sources
• Encourages consistent, precise, and verified company analytics and research from many different resources and places it all in one central place to be used at all stages of management in your company.

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