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Business dashboards can be a powerful tool for executives because they summarize complex information and present it in an easily digestible way. These executive dashboard examples are intended to lend guidance as to what types of key performance indicators (KPIs) should be included in an executive dashboard.
This executive dashboard displays financial KPIs like current revenue, quick ratio, and short term assets.
A status dashboard provides a high-level overview of the performance of each department in your organization. This type of dashboard is ideal for executives as it provides a quick assessment of each department's performance.
A good executive reporting dashboard consolidates the performance of all the company’s departments so executives can stay on top of opportunities and changes efficiently. The metrics for the executive reporting dashboard start conversations and visualize data in an easy way to understand the present, look back at the past and project for the future.
This executive dashboard uses QuickBooks Online metrics to show key accounting KPIs like accounts receivable and payable, income and expenses, top customers by income, vendor expenses, and more.
This executive dashboard uses Xero metrics to show key accounting KPIs like accounts receivable and payable, income and expenses, profit and loss report, recent payments, and more.
While executive dashboards have diversified to accomodate a wide variety of use-cases, the most popular and persistent use-case is the classic "KPI dashboard."
Executives rarely have time to sift through pages of reports to understand how their business is performing. The objective of this dashboard is to quickly summarize sales performance to executives so they can get the important facts about their business at a glance.