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Chargebee’s advanced subscription analytics help you get to the root cause of your SaaS revenue leakage. With in-depth leakage and A/R reports, discover the actionable insights you need to improve business performance.
It should be easy to see exactly how much revenue your subscription business makes, right? The problem is that too many businesses are measuring their financial performance based on old-school cash flow analytics. They lack modern, simple-to-understand software with accurate financial analytics.
Chargebee is different because we help businesses easily understand their revenue with Billing Analytics reports. These reports surface the money actually hitting the bank, and compare it to the Monthly Recurring Revenue (MRR) value you'd forecast. The result? You get the key insights you need to make informed decisions and drive business growth.
Discount campaigns and promotional credits can drive new MRR for a month. Unfortunately, these business strategies are just a band-aid: overdue invoices and aged receivables are the real underlying problem clogging your subscription revenue flow.
Receivables and Leakage Analytics reports in Chargebee let you identify the root problem behind your revenue leakage. Contextualize revenue leaks from each coupon by visualizing it alongside the new MRR you're generating from campaigns. You can also draw A/R aging reports to see which receivables are stuck at unmanned procurement desks.
Not all payment gateways are the same. Not all payment methods are equal. Credit cards expire. Direct debit mandates get canceled. And Apple Pay... well it could just be Apple Pay. With Transaction Analytics reports, you can see a detailed analysis of which payment gateway and method causes the most payment failures, and juxtapose it with gross cash flow by payment gateway and method.
These advanced analytics can then help you optimize for payment failures. And once you've got those metrics sorted, perhaps you'd want a smarter retry and dunning process to aid your recovery?