Accounting Management KPIs


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Accounting services are the backbone of an organization. Understanding how money is spent, allocating payroll and managing taxes ensures satisfied employees, stable customers and a secure business. With so many variables at play, you need a specialty analytics solution that can analyze and break down the data in an easy-to-understand format. This data can then be displayed in comprehensive visualizations that provide actionable insights. 


With the right analytics solution you can:

  • Identify the essential Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) to understand your accounting data

  • Visualize, interact with, and analyze your data to gain quick, actionable insights

What are KPIs for accounting management?


An accounting management key performance indicator (KPI) is a standard measurement used to balance your books and keep tabs on the cashflow. KPIs can be set up across key activities that are critical to the understanding of the financial situation of the organization.


Check out some examples below of real accounting management KPIs that teams are tracking with Toucan! 

Customer Management KPIs in action 

Accounting Services

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  • Days Sales Outstanding
  • Percent of Customers with Overdue Balances
  • Days Between Customer Invoice Creation and Delivery
  • Number of Customer Invoice Disputes
  • Accounts Receivable Written Off
  • Days Payables Outstanding
  • Percent of Suppliers with Overdue Balances
  • Deferred Revenue as a Percent of Sales

Accounting Revenue

Monitor your cashflow and revenue


  • Budget-to-Variances
  • Days to Close a Month
  • Department Budget Cost as a Percent of Company Sales
  • Number of Financial Reports Prepared On Time
  • Days between expense report submission and reimbursements to employees 
  • Prepaid Expenses as a Percent of Purchases

Accounting Teams

Get your team on the same page to maximize performance


  • Accounting and finance employees as compared to company FTEs
  • Employee Engagement Score
  • Revenue per Employee
  • Human Contact
  • Report and React
  • Net Promoter Score
  • Employee Churn
  • Payroll Percentages