5 Metrics Every Small Business Should Track and 5 They Should Not

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If data isn’t actionable or useful, don’t waste your time. A  https://travellingclaus.com/makaron/8418 KPI is a  cambadélis rencontre okombi-salissa key performance indicator– the metrics by which you measure your success. It’s a good idea to decide on the metrics that you care most about and put them together in a dashboard to make tracking easier/quicker.

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Small Business and Advanced Analytics

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By: Germar E. Reed

According to McKinsey research, by 2018 the United States will experience a shortage of 190,000 skilled data scientist and analyst. While most small business are not able to employ a full analytics team to manage the large amounts of data being collected during the day-to-day operation of their business, many have the ability to hire a consultant to complete specific tasks as needed. What tasks can a Data Analyst/Scientist assist you with? Read more

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