total addressable market tam

What is Total Addressable Market (TAM) and How to Calculate It

Before entering a new market, startup founders often ask, “What is Total Addressable Market (TAM) and how is it calculated?” Here you'll learn what TAM is and how it’s used.

how to measure churn

How to Measure Churn: Net Revenue Retention vs. Gross Revenue Retention

Churn is a critical metric that will need constant measurement. Moreover, Net Revenue Retention (NRR) and Gross Revenue Retention (GRR) are two of the most important calculations to make when it's time to measure churn in your startup - here's where to start.

daily active users

Daily Active Users (DAU) vs. Monthly Active Users (MAU): How to Calculate Active Users for Your SaaS Startup

DAU (daily active users) and MAU (monthly active users) are some of the key SaaS startup metrics you need to know. We look at what they mean and how to calculate them.

How to improve SaaS CAC

How to Increase the Efficiency of SaaS Customer Acquisition Cost (CAC)

Increasing the efficiency of your customer acquisition cost (CAC) is one of the best ways to increase the profitability of your SaaS company.

Delinquent Churn

What Is Delinquent Churn and How to Reduce It

Delinquent churn is the loss of customers due to payment problems, usually delinquent credit cards on file. Here we discuss the various tactics SaaS companies can take to reduce delinquent churn.

Net Promoter Score (NPS)

Net Promoter Score: What is a Good NPS Score and How to Calculate It

We take a look at Net Promoter Score (NPS) - a key metric for SaaS companies to measure customer satisfaction and gauge business growth - explaining what a good NPS score looks like, and how to calculate it.

What is ACV in Sales and What is a Typical SaaS ACV

What is ACV in Sales and What is a Typical SaaS ACV

If your business model has an annual subscription base, ACV will be a term that’s constantly on your mind as your company grows. So, what is ACV in sales and what is a typical SaaS ACV?

How to Chart a Path to Profitability for Investors

Key SaaS Metrics for Investors: Customer Acquisition Cost (CAC) & Customer Lifetime Value (CLTV)

Profitability is not the be-all and end-all for SaaS startups. Still, investors will want to see a path to profitability and there are two growth metrics you should focus on. Here's how you chart that path.