Financial Scorecards

Benchmark your company’s financial performance year-over-year against privately-held industry peers

Wouldn’t it be ideal to know your competition better?

Financial scorecards are a performance management tool designed to identify opportunities for improvement, track the execution of activities, and monitor the consequences arising from specific actions. Translating high-level strategic goals into discrete objectives creates a clear line of vision—from top down and bottom up—so each individual understands how their day-to-day actions are contributing to overall company success.

Kreischer Miller’s financial scorecards provide real time financial metrics, non-financial measurements, and trends from comparable privately-held companies based on your six digit North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) code.

Information included in financial scorecards

  • Historical company performance
  • Comparable data of industry peers and corporate profile
  • Projected goals and expectations

Financial scorecard benefits

  • Promotes an understanding of your company’s historical financial performance
  • Provides real-time financial data and industry intelligence from privately-held companies within a specific NAICS code
  • Enables the identification of strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats in financial performance
  • Offers recommendations for improvement in financial metrics
  • Promotes an environment where employees feel accountable, energized, and engaged in the success of the company
  • Empowers management to stay in touch with employees’ progress during every phase of goal completion


Upon receipt of your company’s historical financial information, a comprehensive report is provided with comparisons to your competitors’ real-time financial information. In addition, there are specific recommendations provided for areas of improvement based on variances from the industry norm. See a sample.

If historical financial information is not provided, Kreischer Miller is able to provide the industry norms for which you are able to compare. See a sample.