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Comparing three KPIs showed with temperature meter indicators
from deck Gauge Charts for KPI Dashboards (PPT Template)

Comparing 3 KPIs – Temperature Meter Indicators

Slide Content

This slide is designed for comparing three different Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) using a visual analogy to temperature meters. Each meter represents a different KPI and is accompanied by a text box for the KPI name and a larger box for a detailed description or analysis. KPIs are quantifiable measures used to evaluate the success of an organization, employee, etc., in meeting objectives for performance.

Graphical Look

  • Three semi-circular temperature meter graphics are placed in a horizontal row, each positioned above its corresponding text box.
  • Each meter graphic is segmented, with colors grading from red on the left to green on the right, indicating a scale from low to high performance.
  • A needle on each meter points to a section on the scale, suggesting the level of performance for that particular KPI.
  • Each meter is associated with two rectangular text boxes; the smaller top box for the KPI name has rounded corners, whereas the larger description box is a rectangle with sharp corners.
  • The main title of the slide is at the top, in large bold text, against a white background.
  • The colors of the meters and text boxes use a consistent and coordinated color scheme, providing a visually balanced and professional appearance.
  • The slide has a clean and modern design, with ample white space around each element to avoid clutter and ensure focus on the content.

The overall look of the slide is polished and business-like, with a focus on simplicity and clarity in presenting data visually. The design enables quick comparison and easy comprehension of KPI statuses.

Use Cases

  • In business meetings to visually present performance metrics or project status updates to team members or stakeholders.
  • During strategic planning sessions to evaluate and discuss various operational metrics or objectives.
  • In quarterly or annual business reviews to provide a high-level overview of business unit or company performance.
  • When pitching to clients or investors where a visual demonstration of company metrics or service level indicators is required for clear communication.

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