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Measure Your Churn. But What’s Even More Important is to Measure Your Almost Churn. 5 Tricks to Help You Here.
By Jason M. Lemkin on March 13, 2013
Churn is a paramount topic in SaaS, as we all know. If every dollar of ARR is worth $6+ in the long term, including upsells and second order revenue … then of course, by the same token, for every dollar of ARR that churns … you’re losing $6 of notional ARR. Lose a $100k customer? [...]
By Joel York on January 15, 2013
Why measure SaaS MRR churn? Show me the money! SaaS MRR churn is an important SaaS metric that measures the financial impact of churn. While customer churn is an important operational metric, CFOs always prefer MRR churn. In this second SaaS Metrics FAQs article, I explore ways to analyze SaaS MRR churn.
By Jason M. Lemkin on January 10, 2013
Ok, I know the title sounds a bit controversial, but bear with me, it’s not. Metrics are critical in SaaS, and you need to track them fastidiously. But it’s also important to focus on the right metrics, at the right stage, and not obsess about the less important ones at the wrong times. And I’m [...]
By Joel York on September 5, 2012
A little over two years ago, I published a series of well received articles on SaaS metrics that culminated in the SaaS Metrics Guide to SaaS Financial Performance. Since then, I’ve received numerous inquiries regarding the many practical quirks encountered in day-to-day SaaS metrics implementation. In response, I’ve decided to revisit the SaaS metrics topic [...]
Posted in Business, Featured Posts, Trends & Concepts | Tagged calculate churn, chaotic flow, churn, Churn rate, churn rate calculation, Customer Lifetime Value, saas churn, SaaS Metrics, saas metrics faq, Subscription business model
By Christian Reilly on February 15, 2011
On Sunday, February 13th, Enomaly Founder, CTO & Cloud Dude, Reuven Cohen, posted a link via his twitter account to a Telecomasia.net article in which the author (Camille Mendler) instructed the intended audience to “Stop aping Amazon, start boasting” – a reference to the fact that, if you are one of the big Telcos, you should really be trying to find a differentiator other [...]
Posted in Business, Featured Posts, Infrastructure | Tagged Amazon Web Services, butter, capacity market, Capacity utilization, churn, cloud computing, enomaly, European Union, reuven cohen, spotcloud, subsidy, Virtual machine