We all know it – you’ve got to measure your success. And oftenmost, you do it by setting up your KPIs, the key performance indicators and then – what? How do you manage to keep up with what’s actually going on with your indices?
But what does he mean by KPIs to begin with? “A KPI is condensed information about your project or plan. You can have almost anything as a measurement, but the usual ones are construction costs or network reliability indices, the effect of the plan to an asset value, or the amount of built network,” Jussi summarizes, and continues: “There can be economical KPIs, like construction costs, and technical KPIs, like improvement on your losses.”
“You need to see the whole evolution throughout the planning and construction process.”
All this data can be automatically passed on to the network investment management system, where you can easily do your follow-up. Jussi highlights: “You can see, side-by-side, what your estimated values were and what actually happened, and you can learn from that.”
Trace Your Project Development: Evolvement of KPIs
So it all ties up to the beginning, to the hub of investment management, and to the integrations that allow for all the data to be pulled in, where the code may be the heart, but the data – the KPI values – is what flows in the veins. Make sure you know what yours is like.
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