SPE

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AcronymDefinition
SPESociety of Petroleum Engineers
SPESolid Phase Extraction
SPEStrategic Planning and Evaluation (US FEMA)
SPESony Pictures Entertainment
SPESpecial Purpose Entity
SPESynchronous Payload Envelope
SPESiemens Professional Education (formerly Siemens-Berufsausbildung)
SPESynergistic Processor Element
SPEStatic Phase Error (US NASA)
SPESpline Editor
SPESpecial Programming Enhancements
SPEService Provider Equipment
SPESystem Policy Editor
SPESmall Product Enhancement
SPESerial Peripheral System Enable
SPESystem Processing Engine
SPESmall Programming Enhancement
SPESophisticated Paint Endorsement (American Institute of Steel Construction, Inc.)
SPESkill Performance Evaluation (various organizations)
SPESignal Processing Equipment
SPEStorage Processor Enclosure
SPESynergistic Processing Element
SPEService Provider Edition (software)
SPESociety of Professional Engineers
SPESociety for Photographic Education
SPESigma Phi Epsilon
SPESvenska Petroleum Exploration (Sweden)
SPESerum Protein Electrophoresis
SPESubmassive Pulmonary Embolism
SPESolid Polymer Electrolyte
SPESoftware Performance Engineering
SPESenior Procurement Executive
SPESingle Point of Entry
SPEStreptococcal Pyrogenic Exotoxin
SPEService Processing Element (Cisco)
SPESubgame Perfect Equilibrium (game theory)
SPESolar Particle Event
SPESolid Phase Epitaxy
SPESocietas Privata Europaea (Latin: European Private Company)
SPESociety of Plastics Engineers, Inc.
SPESoftware Product Engineering
SPESolar Proton Event
SPEServicios Públicos de Empleo (Spanish)
SPESupervisory Patent Examiner
SPESpecial Purpose Equipment
SPESales Per Employee
SPESymbolic Programming Environment
SPESemiconductor Production Equipment
SPESolid Particle Erosion
SPESociété Coopérative de Production d'Electricité (Belgium electric company)
SPESoftware Product Evaluation
SPESolid Phase Epitaxial Regrowth
SPESony Pictures Employment
SPESIPRnet Premise Equipment
SPESecondary Particulate Emissions
SPESONET Payload Envelope
SPESumiju Plant Engineering (Japan)
SPESauber Petronas Engineering
SPEsubtracting pore effect
SPESociety for Pure English
SPESynergistic Processing Engine
SPESatellite Precipitation Estimate
SPESoy Phytoestrogen
SPESmall Program Enhancement (IBM)
SPESupplier Performance Evaluation (various companies)
SPESpacecraft Power Electronics
SPESensor Processing Electronics
SPESciences Physiques pour l'Enseignement (French: Physics for Education)
SPESpherical Probable Error
SPESystems Performance Effectiveness
SPEServices Protected Evacuation
SPESwedish Penis Enlarger (Austin Powers)
SPESoftware Product Expert
SPEService Provisioning Environment
SPEStored Program Element (USAF SACCS 465L EDTCC)
SPEStartup Phase Error
SPESulfur Polymer Encapsulation
SPESum of Predicted Error
SPESingle Piston Effect (valve engineering)
SPEService Platform Engineering
SPESouth Pit Extension (Project; Australia)
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As a result, the average sales per employee last year was $279,477.
It is vital to keep your sales per employee ratio and perhaps more importantly your percentage of sales used for salaries under control.
Mathematically we calculate the rate of change in collection productivity as the: (% change in sales per employee from year one to year two minus average capital investment in technology as a % of labor) x % change in A/R per employee from year one to year two.
Preferable to sales per employee as a productivity measure, the new data show a similar but more pronounced rising trend per employee.
Inventory turnover, total asset turnover, sales per employee, operating profit margin, basic earning power and cost of goods sold as a percentage of sales are each analyzed for significant changes.
The 11th annual R&D report from the DTI's future and innovation unit showed that sales per employee doubled and even trebled in some sectors when more money was invested in R&D.
In a recent three-year period, sales increased 60 percent and sales per employee were twice the level of UCI's competitors.
Turnover blues Average annual rate Part Time Full Time Chains 52% 13% Independents 43% 6% Average 50% 11% Productivity climbs Average weekly sales per employee hour Chains $142.
1 million in revenues last year with a staff of just 14 people--equal to a hefty $365,164 in sales per employee.
Sales per employee of retailing enterprises which also measure labour productivity are chosen as an indicator of retail performance (dependent variable).
has been documenting an increase in sales per employee over the 15-year period since the first system was installed.
The company accomplished this with 7,228 employees for a whopping $368,161 sales per employee.