KPIs & Metrics 101
Everything you need to know about KPIs to start your data driven journey
KPIs & Metrics 201
Real life business examples of KPIs and how to establish key business metrics
The Carrying Cost of Inventory metric measures how much it costs your organization to store inventory over a given period of time. Use the following formula when calculating carrying cost of inventory.
Inventory carrying rate * Average inventory value
Every piece of inventory that you purchase and store in your inventory has some sort of cost associated with it, such as labour, risk/insurance, storage, and freight. This metric is used to figure out how much profit can be made on your current inventory, and it may also be used to help your suppliers map out their production cycles.
- Low costs and high inventory turnover rates.
Monitoring Supply Chain KPIs on a Dashboard
Once you have established benchmarks and targets for Carrying Cost of Inventory, you’ll want to establish processes for monitoring this and other supply chain KPIs. Dashboards can be critical in this regard. Read more