Key Performance Indicators KPI Dashboard Software

Key Performance Indicators (KPI) Dashboard

The Key Performance Indicators Dashboard gives you a simple way to manage the most important KPIs for your business. Use the KPI wizard to instantly create KPIs that measure and track quantifiable metrics for any business function or activity. Use bar charts, graphs, status indicators, status notes, and tasks with assigned owners to ensure progress toward your most important measurable goals.

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Define & align on business measures

Track KPIs & KPI Action Plans

Drive results with KPI tracking & action plans

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Key Performance Indicators (KPI) Dashboard Features

Key Performance Indicator KPI Categories

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Key Performance Indicator KPI Template

Create KPIs Using a Simple Template

Create unlimited KPIs using a common format based on best practice KPI reporting
Key Performance Indicator KPI Design Template

Build KPIs using a Simple Input Form

Create your KPIs by entering the name, timeframe, summary result, and chart type
Key Performance Indicators Timeframe - Month Quarter Year

Define Timeframe for your KPI

Define the specific timeframe you will use to track your key performance indicators including monthly, quarterly, or annually
Key Performance Indicator KPI Summary Result

Define KPI Measures

Define how each KPI will be measured including the percent achieved versus a total target or the percent achieved of an overall target result
Key Performance Indicators KPI Charts Graphs

Define Display Options Charts & Graphs

Select the type of chart to display for the KPI including a Line Graph or Bar Chart

Track Real-Time Metrics

KPI Target versus Actual Results

Define Targets versus Actual Results

List target KPIs as the baseline to compare with actual results
KPI Measures

View Current or Cumulative Results

Get quick summary views of current results or cumulative monthly, quarterly or annual metrics
Key Performance Indicator KPI Status

Track KPI Status

Set status of KPIs using Green, Yellow, and Red indicators
Key Performance Indicator Owners

Assign Owners for individual KPIs for Accountability

Assign owners to update KPIs and ensure accountability for results
KPI Files and Notes

Upload Files & Notes to KPIs

Upload supporting documents and capture notes about KPI actions plans and status

Engage and Collaborate with Your Team & Organization

Create Action Plans for each KPI

Create Action Plans for Each KPI

Define specific tasks to advance the KPI or address issues, including task names, start and due dates, owners, status, notifications, and more.
Follow KPIs for progress updates and change notifications

Follow KPIs for Updates & Notifications

Follow specific KPIs to get notifications of any updates and changes
View a Full Rollup of All KPI Action Items

View KPI Action Rollups

View a full rollup of all KPI actions for your team or organization to track progress

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Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) Template

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Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) Best Practices

Key Performance Indicators (also known as KPIs) help measure the overall performance and success of an organization. Many companies use KPIs across departments to measure the success of specific groups and the organization as a whole. In addition, Key Performance Indicators are a helpful tool in decision-making since they create visibility into the measurable success factors of an organization. KPIs can also be used to understand where a team, department or organization stands with respect to the implementation of its strategies, goals and projects.

More about Key Performance Indicators (KPIs)

Description of Key Performance Indicators (KPIs)

Key Performance Indicators show clear indications of how an organizational is doing as measured by quantifiable metrics. KPIs allow managers and leaders to view the current results of the organization and take action that will cultivate change and improve performance (for a detailed overview of how to use KPIs with your team, visit our KPI best practices page).


The following guidelines can be used to develop KPIs:

  1. The first step in creating KPIs is to define your business strategy. `By collecting feedback from all functions within an organization, one can start to understand the different and ideally complementary goals that exist, and then determine what to measure to quantify these goals.
  2. Depending on the specific strategies and goals, it can be important to identify the different time frames for each, to determine whether some KPIs should be short term (daily, weekly, monthly) or some should be tracked longer term (quarterly, bi-annually, annually).
  3. Define specific KPIs by considering:
  • The desired outcome
  • The process by which to measure progress
  • Ways to influence the outcome
  • When to check in and review the progress leading up to the desired outcome
  1. Ensure KPIs include both Leading Indicators and also Lagging Indicators in order to create a holistic picture of overall organizational performance
  • Lagging indicators help measure past performance as an indicator of what’s working, current capabilities that could be leverage, and historic results.
  • Leading indicators provide information that provide insight into future performance and potential actions.


KPIs can be used in various departments such as sales, finance, customer service, operations and marketing to measure the performance of a specific plan. For example, in Sales, KPIs would measure the number of new contracts signed or the net sales-percentage growth. In Finance, KPIs would measure growth in revenue and net profit margin. Regardless of department, Key Performance Indicators provide measurements to determine the current state, and then what is needed to reach desired results.


Implementing KPIs in an organization creates a structure of accountability and expectdations that data should guide insights and decisions.

Praxie's Online Key Performance Indicators Tools & Templates

Key Performance Indicators are implemented by using a common template to capture and report data, often in the form of spreadsheets, an online dashboard or other software platform. Interactive online software applications like Praxie provide options to create and customize the template online and in collaboration with your team, and then export to files and PDFs. Get started with our Key Performance Indicators template. 

How to use it: 

  1. Enter your business objective or strategy and define the KPI that will best measure it.  
  2. Identify any specific supporting measures to indicate progress toward the overall KPI.  
  3. Track your progress over time. 
  4. Create an action plan to implement your Key Performance Indicators. 

Unlike most traditional Key Performance Indicators processes, Praxie’s online KPI tools allow any team or organization to instantly begin working with our web templates and input forms. Our digital platform goes far beyond other software tools by including progress dashboards, data integration from existing documents or other SaaS software, elegant intuitive designs, and full access on any desktop or mobile device.