The Difference Between KPI and Metrics

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KPI stands for Key Performance Indicator and Metrics are quantitative or qualitative measures used to evaluate the performance of a system, process, or product. Metrics are more specific than KPIs because they measure one aspect of the system. KPIs measure multiple aspects.
A KPI is a set of metrics that are used to measure an organization's goals. KPIs can be found in many places such as business reports, financial statements, and customer surveys.
KPI: Key Performance Indicator
Metrics: Measurement of performance, progress or quality.
KPI is a measurement of how well an organization is performing in relation to its objectives. Metrics are measurements that can be used to measure progress towards objectives.
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