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Easy Apples-to-Apples Reporting

Article Highlights:

  • Easily compare month-to-month performance of one or multiple dealerships.
  • “Open Graph” feature displays the performance of each store in one graph.

One of the harder tasks executives and managers sometimes face is trying to gather performance comparison data for multiple time periods, departments, or stores.

What you’re after is a true “apples-to-apples” comparison, but it isn’t always easy to compile the numbers you need to make a fair evaluation of where you are compared to other stores or a previous time period.

Easy Apples-to-Apples Reporting

Using the new Monthly Metrics feature of ERA-IGNITE Retail Management Intelligence, you can easily compare month-to-month performance of one or multiple dealerships.

RMI Monthly Metrics 1

Monthly Metrics (a.k.a. “views”) allow you select the metrics you want to compare for each area of your dealership from a vast array of metrics across all departments.

RMI Monthly Metrics 2

To make it even easier to compare multiple dealerships, use the handy “Open Graph” feature to display the performance of each store within a single, easy-to-read graph.

RMI Monthly Metrics 3

 

The next time you’re reviewing your organization’s performance, use Monthly Metrics to help you gather all the data you need.

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Jennifer McReynolds has worked in Software Education over 15 years. In addition to overseeing the training of her instructors, Jennifer reviews and updates course materials to match recent software changes.

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