How To Track KPIs: Use Top KPI Tracking Tools

How To Track KPIs Use Top KPI Tracking Tools

Key Performance Indicators (KPIs), which measure the effectiveness of your company in achieving its goals, are important. It’s also important to find high-performance software that provides a complete view of your entire business and not just specific departments.

Young Entrepreneur Council (YEC), an invitation-only organization, is made up of some of the most promising young entrepreneurs in the world. YEC has recently launched BusinessCollective in partnership with Citi. This is a free, virtual mentorship program.

We asked 14 YEC members, who had tried many programs to track their KPIs to pick their top choices. These are our top picks for everything, from integration with other company dashboards to third-party KPI reports. These options will help you to see how inefficient your current system is.

Top KPI Tracking Tools

1. Geckoboard

Geckoboard is used to give a visual overview of where we stand in relation to all KPIs within our company. To monitor the effectiveness of our marketing campaigns, we also use Hubspot and Google Analytics. – Lindsay Mullen, Prosper Strategies

2. Salesforce

We live off of dashboards in Salesforce. We have gone to great lengths in order to create personal dashboards for every employee. Voices.com has both company-wide and departmental dashboards that visually display the performance of each aspect of your life. This 360-degree view perspective keeps us all accountable and on track to meet our goals. -Voices.com, David Ciccarelli

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3. Grow

Grow is a professional-looking dashboard that’s simple to use. It allows me to connect to Google Analytics, AdWords, Quickbooks, and Facebook. to make a dashboard that is easy to understand. Eric Siu, Single Grain

4. Tableau

Tableau is an excellent tool for data analysis and customer/retailer engagement KPIs. It offers an intuitive user interface, and two features really set it apart: real-time reporting and data blending. Tableau connects with our database to generate timely insights from real-time data. It can also blend data from Excel, Google Analytics, and Salesforce. – Dusty Wunderlich, Bristlecone Holdings

5. Olation

Nothing is worse than costly BI software going down. This means that you will have to spend more money and learn new software. Olation is different. It’s OS-agnostic and can be used on multiple platforms. Incorporating “predictive analytics”, adds intelligence to your business practice. Instead of fiddling with endless spreadsheets, there is only one solution. – Cody McLain, SupportNinja

6. Simple KPI

Simple KPI is an extremely useful tool for my company to track key performance indicators. Fortune Cookie Advertising needs to be able to access a wide range of data in order to develop innovative marketing strategies. Simple KPI software is cloud-based and allows us to access everything from anywhere. I can pull up graphs to show key metrics when I need them. Shawn Porat, Fortune Cookie Advertising

7. StatsMix

StatsMix allows you to automate reporting on KPIs and can be shared with other team members, including business partners. It can track both internal and external KPIs. Andrew Schrage, Money Crashers Personal Finance

8. Asana

Asana can be used to track company KPIs because it is accessible to all employees. You can also track subtasks that are necessary to reach a particular KPI. VenturePact, Randy Rayess

9. Leadin for WordPress

Leadin does an excellent job of lead tracking. There is not too much data and not enough. It’s a great tool for anyone involved in lead generation using WordPress. – Patrick Vlaskovits, Superpowered

10. The Old-School Spreadsheet

A simple spreadsheet is my favorite for critical KPIs. It’s simple to combine data from multiple sources and it’s easy for everyone to use. Even better, I enjoy manually entering the data. I enjoy the update process because it allows me to reflect on my KPIs each day and makes it easy to recall them for any on-the-spot questions. Express Checkout, William Hogben

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11. iDoneThis

Send an email reminder in the evening with your thoughts about the day. Get a digest of what everyone did the next day. iDoneThis allows you to track and share what your team members do each day to help achieve critical company KPIs. – Brett Farmiloe, Markitors

12. Moz

Inbound marketing can be complicated. Moz makes it easy. Moz’s suite of dashboards, state-of-the-art analytics, and a suite of tools is essential for any business website. Moz Pro starts at $99 and includes 12+ tools, including Moz Analytics and Open Site Explorer. This plan can be used to track and improve SEO, social, branding, and content marketing efforts. Matthew Capala, SearchDecoder

13. Splashthat

Splashthat makes it easy to see KPIs for events and other social media. Alexis Levine, Savvy Media

14. HubSpot

HubSpot is used by ZinePak for all our marketing and sales tracking. It is amazing to have both our CRM and COS integrated into one tool. I can easily check at any time to see which customers my company has visited our website or whether they have had any interactions with us. HubSpot is the only thing I regret. – Brittany Hodak, ZinePak

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