KPI Dashboards Visualise your Key Performance indicators (KPI)

Displaying KPI Dashboards on desktop and mobile devices

Bring all your metrics, measures and KPIs to life

Now more than ever, businesses understand they need to harness the power of KPIs into their growth strategy to flourish. A Simple KPI Dashboard is an essential part of that strategy.

Keep up-to-date with those important revenue KPIs or critical production metrics. Effortlessly absorb today's ever-growing mountain of complex data and transform it into a simple, clear and graphical view of your performance.

Stay equipped to make informed management decisions based on real performance data. Whether the aim is to reduce costs, increase revenue or even track customer service standards.

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Insights for everyone

Designed for even the most non-technical user, data can be drawn from various sources to produce visually appealing interactive graphs.

A dashboard being populated with graphs and charts

With just a few clicks, interactive and versatile KPI views can be built - providing at a glance information for everyone. Whether the aim is to reduce costs, increase revenue or even track customer service standards. Dashboards can now be created by all those responsible for performance.

Accelerate your time to insight with these features

To effectively track and improve your business performance, you need more than just monthly reports based on out-date data. You need performance insight in real time to stay competitive.

The simple KPI Dashboard is equipped with features that support every aspect of gaining and keeping that competitive advantage.

Complete with Templates and Examples

SimpleKPI comes complete with a series of KPI templates and examples to get you started, here's just a few dashboard illustrations:

An example dashboard showing Sales KPIs and metrics

Sales KPIs dashboard example including Sales Revenue, Commissions, and Executive Performance

An example dashboard showing SaaS KPIs and metrics

SaaS focused KPIs such as MRR, New Accounts, Lifetime Value and CAC in this dashboard example

An example dashboard showing Marketing KPIs and metrics

Marketing dashboard example with an emphasis on lead generation, marketing spend, ROI and social reach

An example dashboard showing Manufacturing KPIs and metrics

Manufacturing Dashboard example highlighting KPIs such as Units Produced, Plant Productivity, Operator Efficiency

A KPI Dashboard or Report?

Reports typically offer a standard mechanism to provide lagging KPI information. The information in a report typically uses tabular information, list, actions and sometimes feedback. This normally would be collated for timed reviews such as monthly marketing meetings.

A KPI report and a dashboard generated side by side

On the other hand, dashboards provide instant 'at-a-glance' data on the progress or performance of KPIs and metrics. It allows businesses to use this information to manage day to day activities and see real time progression towards targets or goals.

Create KPI Reports and Dashboards to present your KPIs in the most beneficial way.

Over 40 available KPI chart and graph types

Graphs, charts and a growing array of widgets are available. Easy to set up and simple to configure.

Here's a snapshot of some of the most popular:

An area graph showing trend

Area graphs for displaying trends of KPIs or metrics over time

A KPI visualised on a Gauge chart over time

Use Gauges to display progress towards a KPIs goal over time

Line graph showing value over time

See the value of a metric over time using a line graph

Multiline graph tracking several KPIs at a time.

Multi-Line graphs to visualise several KPIs at the same time

A RAG (Red, Amber, Green) gauge displaying additional indicator status

Set additional thresholds using a RAG (Red, Amber and Green) gauge

RAG being displayed in a graph format

Additional indicators set-up using a RAG Graph

KPIs broken down by groups in a stacked bar chart

View the breakdown of a KPIs values using a stacked bar chart

A bar chart displaying a comparison between two KPIs

See the comparison of values between metrics or KPIs in a bar chart

Performance of users being tracked using a league table

Visually display the performance of departments or users using a league table

An example of a Ratio Chart

Ratio charts for showing the percentage / ratio of one KPI or metric against another

The value of a KPI being displayed in a single chart

Highlight the actual value of KPI or metric with a single KPI chart

Pie chart representing a KPI broken down by region

See your KPIs represented proportionally in a pie chart

5 steps to create a great KPI Dashboard

Follow these simple 5 steps to start visualising your KPIs:

  1. Select the right metrics and KPIs for the goals you want to visualise such as increase growth, boost website traffic or even reducing customer complaints.
  2. Establish where this data will come from. Will it be entered manually or pulled automatically from another system?
  3. Develop an outline of requirements from those that will utilise the dashboard, will they need real-time data or are monthly reviews more practical? Prioritise the most important KPIs.
  4. Create your dashboard to tell a story, include graphs, charts and widgets that show a natural flow of information. At this point get feedback from the audience and refine.
  5. Communicate your dashboard by sharing or offering open access to teams and stakeholders. Don't stifle the benefits by hiding these insights behind restricted access, all those connected with the KPIs and goals should be able to see the influence of their actions.

Benefits at a glance

Visualise the key performance indicators (KPIs) that are the most important to your business performance as soon as you access your dashboard. Analyse data such as sales revenue or customer profitability and drill into the data to spot root cause. Some more benefits:

Using the KPI Dashboard