Price performance ratio in the management economics, the allocation practice for public orders and within the range of private-economical expenditures the characteristic number for the quotient between the costs and a clearly defined product achievement is called (see goods and service).
Characteristic number for price performance ratio = utilizable value: Costs
Example: 1,5 million " transfer fee/40 gates shot = 37,500, - " per gate
This general view does not meet mostly the differentiated evaluation of different offers among themselves. Particularly with complex products the utilizable value regularly is determined first as characteristic number and represented then in the general formula.
A more exact view of the price performance ratio succeeds with the help of an efficiency analysis of different achievements, accomplished first. The result of such a preselection can be set then in form of an expressive characteristic number at the price into a relationship.
Characteristic number for price performance ratio = costs: Utilizable value characteristic number
Such a view is e.g. the basis the "UfAB III" in the extended appoximate value method to the assignment of public orders. In addition the price performance ratio is determined:
Characteristic number for price performance ratio = sum total of the points of achievement (points of evaluation * points of weighting): Price (e.g. monthly cost set for each measure)
Also in the advertising economy the price performance ratio is indicated as costs per contact (TKP thousand-contact price). It is stated, which amount is paid in order to reach 1.000 persons of the target group. The TKP clarifies thus "the price performance ratio "regarding the range.
Within the range of the share economy the PEG expresses a kind price performance ratio for securities. It represents the KGV of the enterprise in relation to the prognosticated long-term growth rate.
Profit on exchange growth = profit on exchange relationship: long-term growth rate
Here the profit on exchange relationship is divided by the profit growth rate prognosticated on a long-term basis (as "Growth" - element). A low quotient expresses here attractive growth potential of the evaluated portions and the lower is evaluated the respective share. A PEG within the range of 1,00 is regarded as fair evaluation. Profit on exchange growth offers a perspective as the profit on exchange relationship.
We found here 28 articles.
» Pay on production
» Personnel management
» Pilot project
» PIMS concept
» Plague analysis
» Price mirror
» Price paragraph function
» Price performance ratio
» Probability of failure
» Procedural model
» Process Benchmarking
» Process management
» Procurement marketing
» Product diversification
» Product innovation process
» Product life cycle
» Product-accompanying service
» Production planning and - control
» Production system (enterprise)
» Professional organization
» Program depth
» Progress numbers
» Public management economics
We found here 6 related websites.