Frontline Performance Group Launches Software to Deliver Data, Analytics

Photo courtesy of Frontline Performance Group
Photo courtesy of Frontline Performance Group

Global consulting firm  Frontline Performance Group (FPG) has launched IN-Gauge, a performance management tool designed to help companies make business decisions.

IN-Gauge simplifies the performance management process, serving as a one-stop shop with minimal administrative work, according to FPG. Users can analyze customer and employee behavior, recognize opportunities, and identify KPIs — without scouring through reports and multiple systems.

According to FPG, IN-Gauge delivers technology for all levels of an organization:

For the executive, IN-Gauge provides a comprehensive picture of financial progression through automated sales tracking, reporting, and forecasting, with the ability to stratify by country, region, location, and team member.

Managers can identify top performers and develop lower performers through personalized training and coaching — with insights surrounding each frontline team member. This improves communication between managers and their team, thus driving engagement, improving results, and reducing turnover.

For frontline employees, IN-Gauge provides analytics for both individual and team performances. With the ability to track and measure their performance on a daily basis, frontline associates stay actively engaged.

By analyzing customer and employee behavior on a day-to-day basis, IN-Gauge automates the sales process. Click here to learn more about IN-Gauge.

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