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Actual versus maximum budget spent speedometer graphics
from deck Gauge Charts for KPI Dashboards (PPT Template)

Actual vs. Maximum Budget Spent

Slide Content

The slide presents a comparison of actual versus maximum budget spent using speedometer graphics for visualization. The left side of the slide has a text box where one can add personalized commentary about the data presented, starting with a prompt "Here you can write your own text...". It's followed by sample text, illustrating where further detail or analysis could be included to elaborate on the budget spending.

Graphical Look

  • The slide background is white with a minimalist design.
  • A bold, teal-colored header at the top left states "Actual vs. Maximum Budget Spent" in large font with a subtitle "Speedometer Graphics with Explanation".
  • On the right side, a graphical representation of a speedometer displays with a needle pointing toward the "80k" mark on a scale that goes up to "200k".
  • The speedometer uses shades of grey and teal to denote different sections, possibly indicating ranges of budget spending.
  • There is a text box on the left with a light blue background, and it contains placeholder text in a darker blue font.
  • In the centre of this text box is a circular icon with a dollar sign, suggesting the topic of budget or finances.
  • A light green decorative banner on the top right side mentions that the charts are "Data-Driven Excel Charts with addition of Manually Adjustable Elements".

The slide is clean and professional-looking with a color scheme that uses teal, blue, and grey, which are pleasing to the eye and gives an impression of organized data presentation.

Use Cases

  • To present financial performance indicators, such as budget adherence or cost management, during a business meeting.
  • In project management updates to show how actual expenditure compares to the budgeted amount.
  • For financial analysis presentations, conveying critical data points quickly and effectively to stakeholders.
  • During a strategic planning session, illustrating budget utilization against set targets to inform decision-making.

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