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Key Performance Indicators in Retail

Key Performance Indicators in Retail

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Some retail KPIs are listed below. Look for a complete list of Retail KPIs at http://www.nrf-arts.org 

Retail Customer KPIs

Customer Gross Profit

Customer GROSS Profit = Customer Sales - Customer Cost of Goods Sold for a period

Customer Lifetime Purchase Value

Monetary value of each customer's life time purchases from the retailer

Customer profitability

Customer Profitability = Customer Sales - (Customer Returns - Customer Cost of Goods Sold + Customer Promotion Expenses + Activity Based Cost of Servicing Customer) for a period

Customer Purchase Freq Count

Count of customer purchases transactions over a period of time

Customer Purchase Value

Monetary value of each customer purchase during a period with an average value for all purchases for the period

Customer Reference question

A rating from 0 to 10 that indicates if the customer would recommend the store.

Customer Sales by Segment

This formula is dependent upon defining customer segments (based on age, education, lifestyle, income and other factors) and associating individual customers to specific segments.

Customer Service Staffing

Face to face customer service staff count / total staff count

Visit to Buy Ratio

Sales Transaction Count per period / Visit Count Per Period

   
Retail Financial KPIs  
   

Accounts Payable Turnover

Avg Accts Payable / (Cost of Sales / 365)

Accounts Receivable Turnover Days

Avg Accts Rec / (Credit Sales/365)

Acid Test Ratio

(Current Assets - Inventory)/Current Liabilities

Admin Cost %

(Administration Costs / Sales )*100

Average Inventory

(Beginning of Period Inventory + End of Period Inventory)/2

Break-even ($)

Fixed Costs / Gross Margin Percentage

Cash Conversion Cycle

Days Inventory Outstanding + Days Sales Outstanding + Days Payable Outstanding

Contribution Margin

Total Sales - Variable Costs

Cost of Goods

Retail Price - Markup

Cost of Goods Sold

Beginning Inventory + Purchases - Ending Inventory

Current Ratio

Current Assets / Current Liabilities

Ending Inventory At Retail

Beginning Inventory - (Sales + Transfers out + Return to Vendor + Markdowns + Employee Discounts + Shrinkage) + (Purchases + returns from Customers + Transfers In + Markups)

Gross Margin

Total Sales - Cost of Goods

Gross Margin Return On Investment

Gross Margin $ / Average Inventory Cost

Initial Markup

(Expenses + Reductions+Profit)/(Net Sales +Reductions)

Interest Cost%

(Interest Costs / Sales)*100

Inventory Turnover

Net Sales / Average Inventory

Maintained Markup $

(Original Retail - Reductions) - Cost of Goods Sold

Margin %

(Retail Price - Cost) / Retail Price

Markup %

Markup Amount / Retail Price

Net Receipts

(Purchases + Transfers in + Returns from Customers + Overages) - (Transfers Out + Return to Vendors)

Net Sales

Gross Sales - Returns and allowances

Retail Price

Cost of Goods + Markup

Return on Capital Invested

(Profit for the Year / Capital Employed)*100

Sales per Square Foot

Sales per square foot = Total Net Sales / Squarefoot of selling Space

Stock Turnover Days

Average Inventory / (Cost of Sales /365) number of days

Total Asset Sales Ratio

Sales / Total Assets

Turnover

Total $ Sales for season / Average $ Inventory for season

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  • good to know this much formulas for different retail terminologies

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