6 Deliverable Metrics KPIs
These KPIs revolve around the evaluation of the final outputs or products of a project. It's crucial to monitor these metrics to ensure that deliverables adhere to the predefined standards and meet client or stakeholder expectations. Keeping a close eye on deliverable metrics allows project managers to maintain the quality and integrity of the project’s output, ensuring they align with the project's objectives and requirements.
Indicates how well the project's deliverables comply with relevant standards, regulations, or requirements.
The percentage of deliverables that are accepted by the customer without revisions or rework.
Represents the percentage of project deliverables with defects or errors.
This metric captures the number of defects or issues identified during the project's duration, which helps in assessing the quality of the deliverables.
Measures the number of defects that have been addressed and resolved.
These are specific technical metrics used to gauge the performance of a deliverable against its requirements.