Track the most important SaaS related metrics.
Customer Churn (SaaS)
Keeping the customers we already have is usually better and cheaper than trying to find and win new ones. This is why most businesses aim to convert first-time buyers into long-term profitable customers. Customer Churn is a powerful analysis as part of the retention efforts, and takes into account the percentage of subscribers to a service who discontinue their subscriptions to that service within a given time period. This BI solution is meant to help you retain as many customers as possible.Learn more and get the implementation kit
As a data-driven organization that uses business intelligence tools and techniques to monitor and investigate various aspects of your company – sales, marketing, operations, etc., you might find it useful to also measure the implementation, success and usage of the BI platform within your organization.Learn more and get the implementation kit
Business intelligence dashboards enable c-level and other top executives to gain a bird’s-eye view of their business and identify strengths and weaknesses in real time, freeing them from the traditional bottleneck of manual reporting. This executive dashboard example presents the type of overview that a CEO or VP of Sales in an online retail company could consult – including important metrics and KPIs such as New vs Recurring Business, Revenue by Region and more.Learn more
Profit Margin Analysis (CFO Dashboard)
The Net Profit Margin KPI measures how effective your business is at generating profit on each dollar of revenue you bring in. This financial data analytics KPI is a measure of the profitability of the business and is instrumental in making long- and short-term financial decisions.Learn more and get the implementation kit
What is a SaaS dashboard?
A SaaS dashboard provides managers and executives with an instant visual representation of their SaaS KPIs. Sisense’s SaaS dashboard examples allow executives and CEOs to access all of their data in one place, saving them valuable time (and money). An effective SaaS dashboard will display data from different teams and departments like DevOps, marketing, sales, support and finance and will ultimately allow executives to drill down into the specific need and pain point of each department.