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Sample Reports 

RevenueStory's Report Builder enables you to create reports on your own. The information in Chargebee is remodeled as data sources (tables) thereby enabling you to visualize any data that you want as insightful reports. Using this feature, you can transform raw data into actionable insights. We have curated a few essential reports that you can create using Report Builder.

Note
  • RevenueStory is available only on Rise, Scale and Enterprise plans. To know more, visit our plans and pricing  page.

Sales by Country 

This Summary report displays the total revenue earned each month across different countries.

We are now going to follow these steps to build this report.

  1. Click RevenueStory > Report Builder.

  2. Select Summary Report.

  3. Choose the data source as Invoices.

  4. Select Invoice date field (group them as from ?Invoices under Column grouping and Country from the Customers data source under Row grouping.

  5. Select the Total field from Invoices to aggregate the report and apply the Sum function on it.

  6. By default, Show grand totals will be disabled in the Summary report. However, you may choose to enable it to display summary values for row and column groupings in your report.

    Note
    Grand totals are not available in the downloaded/scheduled report.

  7. Click Build Report.

  8. Next, let us add the Invoice Status (In Paid, Payment Due, Not Paid, or Posted Status) and Invoice Payment Date in the filter.

  9. This is how the report will look like.

Invoice amount paid by Customer 

As a business owner, you can view the invoice amount paid by each customer. Follow these steps to see how to build this report.

  1. Click RevenueStory > Report Builder.

  2. Select Create a Summary Report.

  3. Select the data source as Invoices.

  4. Select Company from the Customers data source under Row grouping.

  5. Select the Amount Paid field from Invoices to aggregate the report and apply the Sum function on it.

  6. By default, Show grand totals will be disabled in your Summary report. However, you may choose to enable it to show summary values for row and column groupings in your report.

  7. Click Build Report. This is how the report will look like.

Planwise cancellations each month 

This report will allow you to see the total number of cancellations month-wise from each plan.

  1. Click RevenueStory > Report Builder.

  2. Select Summary Report.

  3. Select the data source as Subscriptions.

  4. Select Cancellation Date field from Subscriptions (grouped them as Year and month) under Column grouping and Current Plan from the Subscriptions** data source under Row grouping.

  5. By default, Show grand totals will be disabled in your Summary report. However, you may choose to enable it to show summary values for row and column groupings in your report.

  6. Select the Subscription ID from the Subscriptions data source to aggregate the report and apply the Count function on it.

  7. Click Build Report. This is how the report will look like.

Due Invoices by Customer 

The Due Invoices report allows you to view the invoices that are in Due State by the customer. Let us now see how to create this report.

  1. Click RevenueStory > Report Builder.

  2. Select Detailed Report.

  3. Select Next Billing Date, Subscription Status, Subscription ID from the Subscriptions data source, Amount Due, Due Date, Invoice ID, Status from Invoices data source, Email from the Customers data source.

  4. Select Build Report. Next, add the Invoice Status (PAYMENT_DUE), Invoices Due Date, Subscription Status In (ACTIVE) as filters.

  5. This is how the final report will look.

MRR (Monthly Recurring Revenue) by Customer (month on month trend) 

This report displays the MRR trend across countries. To create this report:

  1. Click RevenueStory > Report Builder.

  2. Select Create a Summary Report.

  3. Select "Monthly Subscription History" as your base data source.

  4. In Row grouping, add Customer ID / Company from Customers data source.

  5. In Column grouping, add MRR Changed Date from Monthly Subscription History and group by Month and Year.

  6. In Summarization (aggregation/measure), add MRR (Monthly) from Monthly Subscription History and aggregate using the Sum function.

  7. Click Build Report.
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Contraction MRR by subscription 

This report displays the contraction or expansion MRR trend on a yearly basis. To create this report:

  1. Click RevenueStory > Report Builder.

  2. Select Summary Report.

  3. Select Yearly Subscription History as your base data source.

  4. In Row grouping, select Subscription ID from the Subscriptions data source.

  5. In Column grouping, add MRR Changed Date from Yearly Subscription History and group by Year(this is the historical date associated with MRR).

  6. In Aggregation add MRR (Yearly) from Yearly Subscription History and aggregate using the Sum function.

  7. Click Build Report.

  8. Select MRR Impact Status from Yearly Subscription History. You need to select Contraction from the drop-down and then apply the filter to display the Contraction MRR.

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