Finance Metrics

The most important Finance metrics and KPIs. Learn about what metrics and KPIs are best for you, vote, and contribute your own.

Price-to-Earnings Ratio

The Price-to-Earnings Ratio is a company valuation metric that compares the current share price to the earnings per share. This ratio gives the value investors give to each dollar of future earnings.

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Profit per Employee

Profit per Employee is a measure of Net Income for the past twelve months (LTM) divided by the current number of Full-Time Equivalent employees. Because labour needs differ across sectors, this ratio is often used to compare companies within the same industry.

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Propensity to Renew

Propensity to Renew is a measure of the likelihood a customer will renew their contract instead of terminating their engagement with a company, most often provided by the customer as part of a survey. It is an indicator of revenue risk and potential logo churn.

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Purchases

Purchases is the total amount of money spent on making purchases from suppliers for the purpose of reselling for a profit.

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Quick Ratio

The Quick Ratio measures the ability of your organization to meet any short-term financial obligations with assets that can be quickly converted into cash. It considers the ability for Current Assets, less inventory, to cover Current Liabilities.

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R&D Productivity

R&D Productivity is a performance measure of how much new revenue is associated with dollars invested into R&D within a technology company.

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Reactivation MRR

Reactivation MRR is the total amount of recurring revenue generated from reactivated customers who had previously cancelled services and have resumed a subscription within the current tracking period.

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Refunded Charges

Refunded Charges measures the value of payments refunded to your customers.

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Refunded Charges Count

Refunded Charges Count tracks the total number of payments refunded to your customers.

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Return On Marketing Investment

The Return On Marketing Investment (ROMI) metric measures how much revenue a marketing campaign is generating compared to the cost of running that campaign. Effective marketers are driven to connect their time, energy and advertising spend with results that contribute to company growth. This KPI answers the question, “are we recouping the time and money we spent developing and executing our marketing campaigns?”

Return on Ad Spend

Return on Ad Spend (ROAS) is a marketing metric that quantifies the total revenue generated for every dollar spent on advertising. In other words, ROAS measures the effectiveness of your advertising efforts by comparing total ad spend on campaigns to the revenue from those campaigns.

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Return on Incremental Invested Capital

Return on Incremental Invested Capital is an efficiency metric used to measure the change in earnings as a percentage of incremental investments.

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