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Explanation: La phrase me semble un peu bizarre (surtout le "provide.. with").
J'ai l'impression que "metric-driven" veut souvent simplement dire "empirique" (empirically guided), basé (axé) sur des/les chiffres, chiffré, quantifié ou quantifiable
"A metric-driven management style may also be both a major asset and a major liability at the same time. There may be something of a Catch-22 implicit in a request for an ROI determination. On the one hand, a company may need data to justify decision-making. At the same time a company may not want to use too much data because they may be afraid that they will be called out on the carpet for the data provided. A senior manager may also require you, the project manager, to build an ROI model as a CYA for him or her (How many envelopes do you need to make?)." http://www.gonnerman.com/press_ganthead.html
In metric-driven peer reviews, the
metrics must accurately measure the phenomenon. Typical evaluations of this type request the evaluator to assess several dimensions with simple quantitative scales http://www.orau.gov/pbm/pbmhandbook/Volume 4.pdf
hirselina Native speaker of: French, Dutch PRO pts in pair: 868
Explanation: provider that can provide an efficient and metric driven process with the ability to... >>> ... qui puisse fournir une méthode (de calcul) efficace et entièrement quantifiable/mesurable/TANGIBLE, et qui soit à même de ........
** L'emploi de "process" au sens de "procédure" ou de "procédé" me paraît mal seyant pour le contexte.
xxxCHENOUMI Native speaker of: Haitian-Creole, French PRO pts in pair: 1262