Key Performance Indicator (KPI) means key performance indicator. In business administration, key performance indicators refer to key figures with which a company can measure the progress or fulfillment of important goals it has set (example: the number of products sold in a month).
Key users are key users or main users of a software. In the context of a CRM introduction, the key user has the task of ensuring a smooth introduction and problem-free use by the other users. The key user is the first contact person within the company for questions regarding function and optimization.
Classic project management is based on a holistic approach. In contrast to agile project management, the approach is rigid. It is also often referred to as waterfall project management. The focus is on intensive planning of the entire process in several phases with a defined end state BEFORE the project begins. A deviation from this plan is not wanted. In order to nevertheless [...]
Competition refers to the competition between different suppliers for customers or orders or between customers for scarce offers.
Customer needs or need in general is understood in everyday language as desire, wish, demands or something mostly material necessary for life.
In marketing, customer loyalty encompasses all of a company's measures aimed at triggering repeat purchasing behavior on the part of the customer and winning regular customers from walk-in customers through customer orientation and customer satisfaction.
Or AI, also called artificial intelligence, is a branch of computer science, it includes all efforts whose goal is to make machines intelligent.