Employee ProductivityTraditionally measured by sales per employee, employee productivity is boosted 14.4 percent by a 10 percent increase in data usability.
Employee ProductivityThe median sales per employee of those organizations studied by UT researchers was $388,000. Improving the way employees are able to use data stands to increase this number by $55,900 per employee each year.
Return on Equity (ROE)An indication of the business’ ability to grow, ROE tends to increase by 16 percent with a 10 percent jump in data quality and sales mobility.
Return on Equity (ROE)An organization with the study’s median net income of $410.47 million can make an additional $65.67 million in net income each year through better data management.
Return on Invested Capital (ROIC)This metric measures the efficiency in allocating capital to profitable investments. Researchers say it stands to edge up by 1.4 percent with a 10 percent increase in sales mobility.
Return on Invested Capital (ROIC)If it held its capital constant at $2.144 billion, an average Fortune 1000 business would increase its net income by $5.4 million every year through improvements to data sales mobility.
Return on AssetsThis measures a company’s ability to efficiently use its resources to generate income and increases by 0.7 percent as a result of a 10 percent improvement in intelligence and remote accessibility.
Return on AssetsAn improvement in data management allows the average Fortune 1000 company to squeeze out an extra $2.87 million of additional income out of the business’ assets.