At that pace, Google brings in an average of $7 million in revenue per hour.
What does RPH stand for?
RPH stands for Revenue Per Hour
This definition appears rarely and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Business, finance, etc.
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We have 34 other meanings of RPH in our Acronym Attic
- Rate Per Hour
- Reference Place Holder (index code)
- Reference Process House
- Regional Public Health (various locations)
- Registered Pharmacist
- Registered Professional Hygienists
- Remember Pearl Harbor
- Réseau Potentiel Humain (French: Human Potential Network; EU)
- Réseau pour la Psychanalyse à l'Hôpital (French: Hospital Psychoanalysis Network)
- Resource Priority Header
- Revolutions Per Hour (printing speed)
- River Park Hospital (Huntington, WV and McMinnville, TN)
- Robert Packer Hospital (Sayre, PA)
- Rocket Propelled Harpoon
- Royal Park Hotel (various locations)
- Royal Perth Hospital (Western Australia)
- Royal Preston Hospital (Lancashire; UK)
- Regional Public Health Authority (various locations)
- Reverse Passive Hemagglutination Assay
- Role Playing Hockey Association (Prince Edward Island, Canada)
Samples in periodicals archive:
A research program led by Adam Grant, an associate professor of management at the Wharton School, found that ambiverts among sales reps for a software company had the highest average revenue per hour.
Orzel SA, who have been active in the tyre market since 1998, are said to have selected the ITS170/67 granulator due to its low total granulating function cost, reduced maintenance and operational costs, resulting in increased productivity and therefore revenue per hour.
EXHIBIT 2 Generation Company X 3 Units Operating 1,000 MW X $30 MWh $30,000 per hour X 3 Units $90,000 revenue per hour EXHIBIT 3 Generation Company X 1 Unit Shutdown 1,000 MW X $100 MWh $100,000 per hour X 2 Units $200,000 revenue per hour EXHIBIT 4 Generation Company X 1 Unit Shutdown 1,000 MW X $3,880 MWh $3,880,000 per hour X 2 Units $7,760,000 revenue per hour
Table 4 indicates that Appraiser 2 is currently working below the break-even level of revenue per hour, and Appraiser 1 is only slightly above the level.
This downtime can result in hundreds of thousands of dollars in lost operational costs and revenue per hour.
Assume also that the time it takes to recover from an offsite copy is 12 hours, and the impact of not having access to that data is $10,000 of revenue per hour.
For example, customers can use projected growth in a business key performance indicator, such as website revenue per hour, to drive the required investments in IT infrastructure capacity.