Go beyond the basics of MRR by diving into its sister metrics like Average Revenue Per Subscription, Lifetime Value, etc. And then go even deeper into MRR growth across plans, and analyze retention cohorts month-on-month. Completely customize dashboards and build your own reports without any code or excel sheets and drive alignment across the organization. Chargebee's reporting capability lets you analyze your revenue from multiple perspectives - product, sales, marketing, finance and retention.
Nobody likes a break-up, but Chargebee’s churn reports make them a little easier to understand.We help you proactively monitor retention and growth, set up alerts for churn reports, and get notified when churn shoots above a certain limit.Plus, you can identify gaps in engagement by analyzing which customers churn, why, and when. And go beyond just "knowing" by diagnosing the root cause of your churn miseries.
When the predefined reports don't work for you, create your own with key data sources from Chargebee. Your Subscriptions, Customers, Invoices, Payments, Refunds, Applied credits, and even recognized revenue in Chargebee can be the source of truth for your reports. You can visualize your data by creating custom cohorts and tables, without any developer dependency.
A dozen revenue initiatives could be worthy of your team's attention. How do you sniff out the ones with the maximum revenue impact? With Chargebee's Trial Analytics, you can track trial conversion rate, free to paid MRR, and how long trial users take to activate. You can also schedule snapshots of any dashboard and custom reports to be sent to anyone in your organization.
Drill into recurring and non-recurring revenue streams and analyze payments, refunds, and credit notes. Map out accounts receivables by invoice status and age. And keep it real by comparing your expected MRR with the actual Realized Revenue in billing reports. You can also combine it with your Chargebee data like invoices, subscriptions, plan, etc. to analyze your recognized revenue data from multiple perspectives.
by picking what recurring and non-recurring charges get computed in your monthly recurring revenue.
about your subscription business with billing, leakage, and transaction analytics.