Creating a KPI Scorecard

NetSuite enables you to create custom scorecards that can be displayed in the KPI Scorecard dashboard portlet.

To create a new KPI scorecard:

  1. Go to Customization > Centers and Tabs > KPI Scorecards > New.

    If this menu option is not available, the KPI Scorecards feature may not be enabled. See Enabling the KPI Scorecards Feature. Or you may not have permission to create scorecards. Check with your account administrator to ensure you have the KPI Scorecards permission.

  2. At the top of the page, you can enter basic scorecard information. See Entering Basic Scorecard Information.

  3. On the KPIs subtab of the Content subtab, you can add KPIs and define their comparisons, and add formulas and define formula expressions.

    KPIs subtab on the KPI Scorecard page.
    • Scorecards can intermingle KPIs and formulas and compare them to each other, so you define KPIs and formulas in the same place using some slightly different fields on the subtab.

    • If you define custom KPIs to be used in scorecards, you need to define their underlying saved searches on the Custom subtab of the Content subtab.

      Only saved searches with a date field defined under Available Filters are available for use as custom KPIs in scorecards. The exception is if you enable the Use Periods option for a scorecard. Then only saved searches with a Period filter defined under Available Filters are available.

    • After you have entered KPIs and formulas, you can reorder them by dragging and dropping or using the Move buttons.

  4. On the Date Ranges (or Periods) subtab of the Content subtab, you can define multiple date ranges (or periods). These date ranges apply to all scorecard data. See Defining KPI Scorecard Date Ranges or Periods.

    After you have entered date ranges, you can reorder them by dragging and dropping or using the Move buttons.

  5. On the Highlighting subtab of the content subtab, you can set highlighting options to make results more visible in KPI Scorecard portlets. See Highlighting KPI Scorecard Results.

  6. On the Audience subtab, you can define who has access to your scorecard, meaning who can put it in their KPI Scorecard portlet. You can base this definition on roles, departments, subsidiaries, groups, employees, or partners. See Sharing a Custom KPI Scorecard.

  7. When you have completed all steps to define the scorecard, click Save.

You can use SuiteCloud Development Framework (SDF) to manage KPI scorecards as part of file-based customization projects. For information about SDF, see SuiteCloud Development Framework Overview. You can use the Copy to Account feature to copy an individual KPI scorecard to another of your accounts. Each KPI Scorecard page has a clickable Copy to Account option in the upper right corner. For information about Copy to Account, see Copy to Account Overview.

Related Topics

KPI Scorecards
Enabling the KPI Scorecards Feature
Adding a KPI Scorecard Portlet to a Dashboard
Editing a KPI Scorecard
Financial Ratios Scorecard

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