Changes proposed by the developer that have been seen by the project manager.
Spend-per Impression is the cost a company pays for every impression their ad gets.
The amount of won deals compared to the total opportunities created during a certain period.
Amount of clients that have contacted your support channel and need to be answered.
Count of customers that canceled their subscription in a certain period of time.
Updated amount of users that have visited the website in a certain period of time.
Amount of visitors to your website that actually buy something online.
Potential customers that have shown some interest in your company or product.
Amount that a customer is expected to spend on your company during their lifetime.
Expected yearly revenue based on your current subscriptions. It’s the annualized version of the MRR.
Overview of the number of pending meetings you have in a certain period of time.
Amount of times that a page has been viewed or refreshed during a specific period of time.
The group of interactions an individual visitor has with the different content on your website.
Monetary value of this month’s changes made in the subscriptions that affect your MRR.
Total amount of opportunities that have turned into clients in the last period.
Percentage of leads that are converting into clients during the last period.
Average amount of products that your customers are buying from your website in each purchase.
Amount of times that you have been rated by customers after solving their support tickets.
Amount of alterations of some kind that have been demanded over the last period.
Average time it takes customers to be assisted from the moment they reach out through a support channel.
Estimated revenue a company is getting from one product or subscription per month.
Changes made in your amount of active subscriptions during the last period.
New subscriptions that have been added recently and that will, therefore, contribute to your MRR.
Average revenue a company is currently getting from each opened account.
Total number of meetings a team or employee has already had in the last period measured.
Potential future customers that have shown some interest in your company or product in the last period.
Total number of new clients that your company has welcomed over the last period.
Percentage of calls that have been answered compared to the total amount of received calls over the last period.
The clients that have been waiting for the longest for your team to reply to their ticket.
Average rating score clients are giving to your company in the last period.
Amount of tickets that have been solved by the development team over the last period.
Average amount of months that a customer stays in a company before leaving.
Amount of clients that contacted your support channel and have already been answered.
Name of the last issue that was solved by the development team over the last period.
Total amount of developers’ requests that have been approved to be carried out.
Revenue you get on a monthly basis per new customer that your company gets.
Total amount of issues aimed for the development team that has been opened but not completed yet.
Total revenue generated by a specific channel compared to the total spend on ads in that channel.
Amount of money that your company is paying back to a customer who is not satisfied with the product or service bought from you.
Total value charged that customers have questioned to the company in the last period.
Number of times your company has paid the money back to unsatisfied customers.
Amount of times a customer has questioned your charge with their card issuer.
Total amount of payments from customers your company has collected over the last period.
Total amount of money that your company has given back to customers for an illegitimate charge on their credit card.
Amount of times a transaction has been made with the company’s credit card within the billing period.
Total monetary value of the payments from customers your company has collected over the last period.
Monetary value that your company is receiving from the latest charges made to customers.
Amount of money you’ve spent on transactions in the last billing period.
Total amount of new charges that your company has received in the last period.
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