The expected performance indicator can be found across the platform in areas such as the Dashboard or the Matrix. Think of your expected performance as your virtual pacemaker, it will give you an insight into what you need to do in order to be on track to hit your target. It is worth noting that we do not show expected performance if you are looking at historic data.


Let's say that you've got a target to achieve £500 in sales every week.

Currently, you're at £200.

It's 12pm on Wednesday, therefore your expected performance will be £250.

Your expected performance dial on the Dashboard target card will show £50 Below Expected. This is because you need to add another £50 to be on track to hit target.

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