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Secondary Measurements and Incentives Overview


Secondary measurements and incentives are also calculated monthly, and they can represent business activity either for a distinct leaf period or over multiple leaf periods. A secondary measurement can aggregate the data from other primary measurements. An incentive can aggregate the data from measurements or other incentives. The following figure illustrates an example of a secondary measurement that represents a month’s worth of business activity.

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In the example illustrated previously, the Total Revenue secondary measurement aggregates the monthly GolfPM and AircraftPM values. The following figure illustrates an example of a secondary measurement that represents a quarter-to-date amount of business activity.

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This is a secondary measurement that is based on three months’ worth of data for two product lines (quarter to date). This secondary measurement calculates monthly but represents the quarter to date total. Every month, this secondary measurement calculates the quarter-to-date value so far for the current quarter.



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