CMRR - Monthy metric is now called the Total CMRR
Total expected Monthly Recurring Revenue earned from subscriptions including all scheduled changes.
Explanation of metric
- A table breaking down the Committed Monthly Recurring Revenue (CMRR) as a projection of your Monthly Recurring Revenue for the future period. It will take into account any scheduled Upgrades, Downgrades, or Cancellations in the future.
- It helps you understand how the current MRR would evolve over the next 12 months based on changes scheduled
How it's measured
CMRR - Monthly or Total CMRR = [(Total MRR at the beginning) + (New MRR) + (Expansion MRR) - (Contraction MRR)]
Note: If there are no scheduled changes for a Subscription in the future, the current MRR is considered as the CMRR.Expansion MRR is the amount of additional Revenue coming from your existing Subscriptions. Contraction MRR or Gross MRR Churn is the total reduction in MRR due to Downgrade, PAUSE, and Subscription Cancellation (or Churn) compared to the previous period.
- It is the baseline value of a service. If a business does not have a minimum monthly fee or other commitments, use actual historic data to determine empirical CMRR.
- CMRR gives a better picture of the financial standing of a SaaS company than the MRR because it factors in the anticipated Churn during the period.
- CMRR should be used for forecasting revenues and evaluating financial standing.
- Example: In a given period:
MRR = $1M
MRR for new Subscriptions = $350K
MRR for downgrades and churned Subscriptions = $500K
CMRR = $850K
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