Number of KRAs & KPIs are avilable in the form of ratios. we are using a few at Macro level, like 'Inventory Turn Over Ratio'. we got a set of KRA metrics from CII institute of logistics, i believe they have more than 250 ratios, they can be contacted at www.ciilogistics.com ph.09840811267
From India , Mumbai
From purely on a functional point more data is needed. KRAs must be defined so that one can relate it to the data sets. The theory is... if you cannot measure, evaluate and analyse KRAs serve no purpose.
So when we propose an investment, in the proposal itself we must be able to measure the return on that investment which is going to come from the pre-defined KRAs which in relate to granular leve data.
It is very hard for an outsider to spell down what KRAs you need. Based on the availabiity and validity of data... you yourself will have to define the KRAs and measurements, in such a way... if someone else is responsible for measurement... he/she uses the measurement matrix that you originally intended.
THIS IS VERY IMPORTANT.
From Saudi Arabia , Riyadh
www.smartKPIs.com contains a user friendly library of well-documented performance measures. At the moment it lists over 3000 KPI examples, grouped in 73 functional areas, as well as 83 industries and sub-categories.
KPI examples for Supply Chain Management are available on this page: Supply chain management KPIs They include but not limited to:
$ Freight cost per unit shipped
% Unsaleable stock
$ Average inventory value
In addition to examples of performance measures, www.smartKPIs.com also contains a catalogue of performance reports that illustrate the use of KPIs in practice.
Examples of such reports for Supply Chain Management are available on:
Supply Chain Management KPIs in practice
The website is updated daily with new content, so check it from time to time for additional content.
Please note that while examples of performance measures are useful to inform decisions, each performance measure needs to be selected and customized based on the objectives and priorities of each organisation.
From Australia ,
You have not specified whether procurement is also your responsibility. Then only the inventory control aspect is your KRA. In that case you may be heading the supply chain function of your firm. Pl elaborate so that I can be practical in giving you the solutins.
From India , Mumbai
KRA's/ KPI's differ from function to function in Supply Chain area . There are different Parameters used for Different verticals in Supply Chain . Here I am putting some of the KRA's for few important functions in Supply Chain area .
1. Forecast Accuracy - MAPE/ MAD / Bias/ Tracking Signal
2. Average Inventory - Days on Hand
3. Stock Availability - Service Level in %
4. Aged Inventory
1. OTIF - On Time In Full Fill rate for vendors
2. Total Procurement Cost
3. Average Inventory - Days on Hand
Warehousing & logistics
1. Cost Per case
2.Total Logistics Cost
4. Damage Inventory
Hope it helps
From India, Delhi