Different warehouses have different KPIs, therefore it is important that warehouse managers and administrators work together to identify areas of importance. Each warehouse KPI analyses a specific process or operation and gives you a result that shows how well that process is doing by comparing it to past numbers and benchmarks.
While all warehouses are different, there are many commonly used KPIs that can be applied to most warehouses. However not all KPIs need to be used to reach your goals. Instead, you should choose the ones that are most relevant to your current goals.
Over the next few weeks we shall be highlighting the Top 25 KPIs in Warehousing and the processes they form part of.