Metric.ai is a data-centric platform—that means focused on analytics of business metrics. So Metric.ai has a list of core metrics constantly calculated for the whole organization and any segment: project, employee, client, department, role, office, company and any custom group.
You’re also able to get metrics for any time period, to see them overtime or cumulatively and compare types of these metrics, as well as look at a table view with the ability to export it in an .xlsx spreadsheet format.
Here is a list of key metrics you are able to see and deep-dive into:
- Profit Margin
- Revenue per hour
- Expenses per hour
- Profit per hour
- Profit Margin per hour
- All hours
- Capacity hours
- Billable hours
- Internal hours
- Overage hours
Granular segmentation is the core feature of Metric.ai. That is why you don’t just have a number, but you are able to see how that number came up and from which items and observe overtime dynamics:
Each metric view consists of three sections:
- The time period and the general filter of the object to view:
- Key metrics for the selected period:
- Data details:
Data details section has four parts:
- Segmentation selection tabs (overall tab is selected by default):
Use segmentation to deep-dive into the metric to benchmark, compare, review, understand, explore and make a decision.
- Output options:
Output options depend on a metric but in general, you can always switch between cumulative and overtime views, by month or by week views, as well as turn some metric types on and off (for example, a revenue could be recognized, planned, invoiced and received).
The over time view is good for watching metric changes month by month or week by week.
The cumulative view shows the final value of the metric by the end of the period and its growth.
Roll the mouse over the graph to see details for the particular date.
- Table view:
Here you can:
- sort the table by clicking on a column title
- filter entries by using the Search input field
- switch pages with pagination buttons
- export table content as a spreadsheet with the EXPORT button