Sun, 22 December 2019
Your One Key Metric: SaaS businesses
Every startup has one key metric to grow their business to the next level.
For a software as a service business it is the CAC: LTV ratio
CAC standards for Cost of Customer Acquisition and represents the cost of signing up the customer including marketing, sales, and any other related expenses.
Lifetime value and stands for the total amount of revenue from the customer. This is typically calculated by looking at the churn rate which is how many customers are dropping out each month.
The metric compares CAC to LTV.
A base ratio of 1:3 indicates a business model that is successful. In this example for every $1 spent on acquiring the customer the customer is spending $3 on the service.
For venture funded companies the ratio needs to be 1:5 or better
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