It’s exciting when a company goes through a growth spurt. But it’s good practice, after a period of growth, to take some time to regroup. Have the new employees ramped up? Has anything changed with our product or the market? Putting growth on pause every so often will help keep a company on track – and allow time to build in efficiencies.
The Klipfolio engineering team, like other areas of the business, uses the Klipfolio dashboard to monitor key metrics that help us deliver on development commitments. The metrics and visualizations that we monitor on our dashboard help us stay on track with respect to our goals.
Canadian entrepreneurs are as good as any in the world. We have the brains to create good products, and the ability to listen to our customers’ needs. So why aren’t there more successes? I’ve been taking part this week in a mentorship program in Silicon Valley, and from that program as well as my own experience, I’ve identified seven attitudes that hold Canadians back.
In this post, Klipfolio's own Senior Software Development Manager, Ali Pourshahid, helps power users and visualization champions to extend our visualizations by integrating Vego into our HTML templates.
To celebrate Klipfolio’s new building sign, freshly renovated offices, and continuous growth, we organized #Dashboardalooza hosting over 40 of Ottawa’s start-ups, tech companies and digital marketing agencies. Here are some of the highlights from the event.
Keeping customers is as important as getting new ones. If you can keep your existing customers - and get them to do more business with you - you are on your way to great growth. So you need to pay attention to customer retention figures - and act on any issues that come up.
To succeed, a business needs to understand how they are performing. And that understanding is based on a series of metrics. It pays to take the time to calculate some of those key metrics; they will tell you a lot about how you are doing, and where you need to adjust your pitch. The first thing to look at is conversion rate: How many browsers convert into customers?
To grow, you need to know what it’s going to take to keep you on the right path. Defining the most important things you should focus on takes work. But knowing this will help you understand what to measure. Here are my tips for finding your business’s key performance indicators.