GITNUX MARKETDATA REPORT 2023
Must-Know Business Health Metrics
Highlights: The Most Important Business Health Metrics
- 1. Revenue
- 2. Net Profit Margin
- 3. Gross Profit Margin
- 4. Operating Margin
- 5. Customer Acquisition Cost (CAC)
- 6. Customer Lifetime Value (CLV)
- 7. Monthly Recurring Revenue (MRR)
- 8. Churn Rate
- 9. Retention Rate
- 10. Employee Turnover Rate
- 11. Inventory Turnaround
- 12. Accounts Receivable Turnover
- 13. Return on Investment (ROI)
- 14. Return on Assets (ROA)
- 15. Current Ratio
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Business Health Metrics: Our Guide
In the dynamic world of business, understanding the health metrics of your company is crucial for sustained growth and success. Our updated report reveals the must-know business health metrics that can dictate the trajectory of your venture. Arm yourself with this knowledge to make informed business decisions, gain competitive advantage and steer your company towards a profitable future.
The total amount of money a business generates through sales of its products or services within a specific period.
Net Profit Margin
The percentage of revenue that remains as profit after accounting for all expenses, taxes, and costs. It indicates how efficiently a company is generating profit from its revenue.
Gross Profit Margin
It’s the percentage of revenue left after subtracting the costs of goods sold (COGS), and it measures a company’s core business profitability, excluding overhead costs.
It’s the percentage of revenue left after subtracting all costs, showing how well a company profits from its core operations.
Customer Acquisition Cost (CAC)
The average cost of acquiring a new customer, including marketing, advertising, and sales efforts. It showcases the cost- effectiveness of customer acquisition strategies.
Customer Lifetime Value (CLV)
It’s the expected revenue a business anticipates from a customer over their entire relationship, highlighting the importance of customer loyalty and retention.
Monthly Recurring Revenue (MRR)
It’s the monthly revenue from ongoing sources like subscriptions or contracts, crucial for businesses with recurring revenue models.
It’s the rate at which customers cancel subscriptions or contracts within a certain time frame. A low churn rate signals satisfied customers and strong retention.
It’s the percentage of retained customers over a set period, with a high rate indicating strong customer loyalty and satisfaction with products or services.
Employee Turnover Rate
It’s the rate at which employees leave the company. High turnover can harm company culture, productivity, and profits.
It’s how long it takes for a business to sell or restock its inventory, revealing potential issues in inventory, procurement, and sales efficiency.
Accounts Receivable Turnover
The ratio that measures how efficiently a company collects payments from its customers. A high turnover rate indicates effective credit management and collection processes.
Return On Investment (RO!)
The percentage return on investment made by the company, considering both profits and costs. It helps measure the effectiveness of investments and resource allocation.
Return On Assets (ROA)
A profitability ratio that indicates how effectively a company is using its assets to generate profit. A high ROA indicates efficient use of assets and better financial management.
It’s a ratio showing a company’s ability to cover short-term debts. A current ratio above one means the company can meet its short-term financial obligations.
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