Supply Chain KPIs

Supply Chain Balanced Scorecard Metrics Template

Supply Chain measurement KPI - Balanced Scorecard metrics template example Supply Chain Balanced Scorecard was designed to help in measuring and controlling company delivery service and associated aspects. This metrics set will help to measure the performance of manufacturing, warehouse and delivery from various viewpoints, including customer satisfaction and financial, giving key manager key performance indicators for supply chain business unit.

The metric pack includes such KPI (Key Performance Indicators) as Defects Per Million Opportunities, Inventory Months of Supply, Claims percentage for freight costs, On-time pickups, Transit time, On Time Line Count, Customer Order Promised Cycle Time, providing a flexible way to improve supply chain unit performance.

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Supply chain is a wide concept that aims at putting to use several resources like people, technology, organizations in such a manner that it facilitates movement of products/ services from 'point of origin' to customer.

The supply chain activities change the raw materials, natural resources and other components into final product to be delivered to customers. Supply chains might consist of a number of value chains that have a common purpose of making the output reach the user in best quality and timely basis.

A supply chain scorecard enables the user in moving in a statistical way to achieve the ultimate objective. This is because of the metrics that are collected on it for measuring the activities.

In all, by putting down the indicators to know, in a 'quantified' manner the direction in which organization is heading, it is possible to become pro-active in approach. This in turn becomes really helpful in tilting 'challenges into opportunities'.

Summing it all, one can carefully converge all the available resources to attain the single aim of developing an 'effectual delivery service'.

One can use any number of views to gain a complete insight into the 'supply chain operations'.

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Supply Chain Evaluation Balanced Scoreboard Screenshots

The Balanced Scorecard (BSC) dashboard indicates performance within each perspective and the total performance of .

This is the actual scorecard with Supply Chain Measures and performance indicators.

Metrics for Delivery Service

This is the actual scorecard with Supply Chain Measures and performance indicators. The performance indicators include: warehousing,transportation,claims percentage for freight costs,truckload capacity utilized,on time pickups,transit time,customer order promised cycle time,cogs percentage,year over year change in cogs,ebit percentage.

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