We all know the wisdom of monitoring familiar key performance indicators (KPIs). Turns, gross margin return on investment (GMROI), sales, inventory measures, and other metrics will tell you how your business is faring—and that’s pretty important if you want to keep your hardware store in business.
However, just staying in business isn’t enough in a rapidly evolving retail world, so achieving improved KPI results is essential.
In this Epicor eBook, you’ll learn about eight easy-to-use tools that go beyond traditional KPIs to quickly improve business results, including:
• Reviewing store-to-store sales
• Identifying your top 100 items
• Monitoring excess inventory
• Viewing items with cost change and no retail change
Learn more about these tools, and discover what else you can do to improve your KPI results by downloading this Epicor eBook. Download now and go beyond retail KPIs.
Published By: Infosys
Published Date: May 21, 2018
Commercial airplanes are expensive and complicated machines - which means two things. First, airlines have to get the best possible return from their investment by using them as much as possible. Long-haul flights can keep an airplane in the air for up to 20 hours every day, earning money for the airline with every passing minute. However, the planes makes no money on the ground, so airlines have to maintain and service the aircraft efficiently, and get it back in the air with a new payload of passengers as quickly as possible. Therefore, the MRO (Maintenance, Repair, and Overhaul) is a critical and complex part of an airline's business and one of the key factors in making the business successful.
Aircraft are the geese that lay golden eggs for the airline. So the airlines need to look after them.
To maximize investments in mobile technology, companies must be able to measure productivity gains from mobile working. Professor Marco Iansiti of the Harvard Business School and Jay Jamrog, Senior Vice President of Research with the Institute for Corporate Productivity, offer advice.
In challenging economic times, companies look for new ways to control costs and improve efficiency.
To address these issues, manufacturers are taking a hard, strategic look at Maintenance, Repair and
Operations (MRO) supply. Commonly known as "indirect materials," MRO supply includes a vast array
of items that support internal operations, ranging from safety gloves and office supplies to spare parts for mission-critical industrial equipment and tooling.
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