ROI is often used as the benchmark indicator to determine if an investment or business decision was a good one. Prior to making the move, expectations will be set as to what the return percentage should be. Upon conclusion of the project one of several calculations will then be applied to determine what the rate of return was. It is here, among the variety of methods to compile and calculate the data that we can be left with strikingly different results. The following high level article covers a few methods you may want to consider the next time you’re faced with the task of completing an ROI calculation.
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