This is what I do with stepper motors. I assume servos are the same.
Servos are a totally different aniamal than steppers.
Since servos have feedback and go to a position and do not just respond to pulses they will eventally get to the commanded position. Its how they get there that gets tuned, Max speed of the motor is the name plate speed but you have to tune gains and offsets to minimize following error / repsonse , over shoot etc . A typical cnc control for servos monitors the following error (difference between commanded error and actual position while the system is in motion) if the error is exceeds a preset amount then a error in the system is produced. Some systems have tuning tools built into the setup software where you can monitor the gain and following errors and make adjustments. Sorry for rambeling about hope this makes some sense