Return On Investment is a representation of the worth of a project or procurement in terms meaningful to decision makers. ROI is often stated as a monetary value (e.g., Net Present Value), a percentage (e.g., Internal Rate of Return), a time period (e.g., Payback Period), or a ratio (e.g., Benefit/Cost Ratio). Standard financial metrics are most common.
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