Digital process optimization
KPI dashboards visualize critical metrics and data in real time, making it easier for companies to interpret these information.
Does your own corporate strategy result in the desired objectives? With a KPI dashboard, this question can be answered easily.
Performance measurement done right
The Key Performance Indicator (KPI) is a corporate measurement indicator that provides information about the status of the goals set. The focus is on critical success factors.
For long-term success and absolute transparency regarding the fulfilment of set goals, the continuous monitoring of key performance indicators is a must for companies.
The use of modern, digital tools replaces manual reports and simplifies the processes of performance reviews.
The key performance indicators visualize metrics concerning purchasing and logistics and are automatically transferred to the OSCA® KPI Dashboard.
For even more transparency
The OSCA® KPI Dashboard serves as a central medium that automatically measures all relevant and critical key performance indicators of your company in real time.
Through the integration into the OSCA® SCM system, the data of your daily work flows automatically and without media breaks into the dashboard and thus gives you the opportunity to optimize your strategic planning even faster.
The information on all of the developments in procurement and logistics are thus located in one place and become easy to access and visible.
Access through OSCA® without media breaks to other systems (BI tool)
Unique combination of procurement and logistics KPIs
Specific dashboards for different supply chain partners
Cross-departmental monitoring to achieve common objectives
Transparent overview of the supply chain in real time
Reduction of expenses and errors during report compilation through digitalization of the processes
Quick and easy identification of cost reduction potentials
Improved control of success
All functions at a glance
Choose from the following metrics
Average percentage of partial deliveries. Not only goods that have already been transported are taken into account, but also those that are in planning or production and for which partial deliveries are already planned.
Percentage of all orders that were delivered on time, as measured by comparison of arrival dates and customer deadlines.
Average delay time (in days) of all (partial) deliveries, as measured by comparison of arrival dates and customer deadlines. Deliveries that are still in planning are also taken into account.
This chart compares the ordered quantities and the expected delivery quantities on a weekly basis for the next 10 weeks (based on the delivery date).
This chart provides an overview of both the best and the worst suppliers, measured by the frequency of their partial deliveries.
This chart provides an overview of both the best and the worst suppliers, measured by their on-time delivery ratio.
Percentage of lost quantities based on cancellations and shortfalls.
Percentage of orders for which an alternative mode of transport to the one originally planned was used.
Average value of a purchase order over the entire processing time.
This chart provides an overview of the average lead time per country of procurement.
This chart provides information on the definite distribution of order quantities by delivery status.
This chart provides an overview of the absolute distribution of order quantities by shipment type.
This chart provides an overview of the largest suppliers in terms of order volume (number of items).
This chart provides an overview of the distribution of the purchasing volume (number of items) by country of procurement.
This chart provides an overview of the distribution of order quantities according to Incoterms.
This chart gives an overview of the number of connected partners over time.