Sales per Square Foot
This is one of the most successful and widely used retail KPIs.
Comparing quarterly sales to those of the prior year is the most popular method of tracking sales.
Average Transaction Value
This retail indicator indicates how much a consumer spends on average per visit.
Sales per Employee
The Retail Sales per Employee KPI is an excellent approach to track this.
Online vs In-Store Sales
In any case, you should keep track of how much revenue comes from each source.
Customer Retention Rate
This retail indicator measures how many customers return to your store for a second visit (or more).
This retail metric is frequently used in tandem with the customer retention KPI.
This retail key performance indicator applies to both traditional and online establishments.
Units per Transaction
This retail indicator is as straightforward as its name suggests: it tracks the number of things sold in a transaction.
The conversion rate metric counts the number of visitors who make a purchase.
Shopper Dwell Time
The shopper-dwell-time merchandising KPI measures the amount of time each customer spends in each segment.
Inventory Related Metrics
This is one of the most crucial retail KPIs you should be monitoring.
The sell-through retail metric measures the percentage of units sold in comparison to the total available units.
Measuring inventory turnover is one technique to track your merchandising performance with a KPI.
Days of Inventory Outstanding
This retail KPI measures how long it takes for your inventory to be converted into sales.
Cost of Goods Sold
This retail performance statistic calculates the cost of acquiring or manufacturing items.
Gross Margin Return on Investment
The GMROI ratio is used to assess the profitability of your inventory.
Your operational expenses include all costs related to running your business on a daily basis.
You've probably considered the go-to ratio for swiftly assessing the health of your company.
Another prominent financial statistic used to assess a company's health is the current ratio.
Accounts Payable Turnover
This is a very frequent financial statistic that retail organizations use to assess their financial position in terms of cash flow.
Days Sales Outstanding
This financial KPI tracks how long it takes to collect payment following a sale.
Days Payables Outstanding
How long do you take to pay a supplier?
Cash Conversion Cycle
The CCC metric delves deeper into the nitty gritty of retail accounting and financials.
Net Profit Margin
Your net profit margin is THE most essential financial KPI for any retail or non-retail organization.