What is the Forecast tool?

The Forecast tool allows you to see where your MRR and Customer count are headed based on your current numbers. You can also project how much cash you'll be taking in in the future!

How do I use the Cashflow Forecast tool?

The Forecast tool shows you how much cash you can expect to take in up to 12 months from now.

This is done by looking at the renewal date for every single one of your active subscriptions.

For each month, week, or day (depending on the date interval you choose at the top right) we show you two bars.

Purple/Red/Blue Bar
The expected cashflow based on your currently active subscriptions and when they are set to renew.

Green Bar
An estimate of how much cash you'll bring in based on the average of your last 3 month's growth rate

How do I use the MRR Forecast tool?

Starting MRR

By default we pull in your current MRR, but you can change it if you'd like!

Growth Type

The vast majority of businesses experience linear growth. But you can have a little fun and see what exponential growth looks like.

Revenue Growth

We pull in the amount of revenue growth you had in the past 30 days. You can change it to see how a change in expanding MRR will grow your business.

Revenue Churn

This one is fun! You'll be surprised at how big of an impact even a small reduction in churn can have on your business.

How do I use the Customers Forecast tool?

Starting User Base

We pull in your current Active Customer count, but you can change this up.

Growth Type

As with MRR, most businesses don't experience exponential growth. But you can see what it would look like with this toggle.

User Growth

We bring in your New Customer number, but you can change this to see how increasing your customer acquisition rate will affect your growth.

User Churn

Try lowering your user churn percentage a bit. You'll be surprised at how big of an impact it has on your growth trajectory.

What do I do with these projections?

Use the projections to help decide on what Goals to set for your MRR and churn rates.

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