Did you know? A SaaS company with 5% annual revenue churn will be valued 200% higher than a similar company with 15% annual revenue churn.
It’s certainly no secret that churn hurts recurring revenue businesses, but just how much? Beyond simply reducing the revenue you generate, churn hurts the future value of your customers and, ultimately, the future value of your company as a whole.
Join Gainsight Customer Success Evangelist Lincoln Murphy and Todd Gardner, Founder and Managing Director of SaaS Capital, as they dig into the following key questions on why churn hurts and how focusing on Customer Success can have a dramatic impact on your company’s value. This webinar will specifically cover:
- Valuation Drivers of SaaS Companies
- The Impact of Churn through a Case Study
- Measuring, Comparing and Forecasting Churn
The most successful Enterprise SaaS companies know that growing revenue only through new customer acquisition is the less efficient way to scale. Rather, they understand that growing revenue within your existing customer base - through up-sells, cross-sells, and expanded use - is the most profitable way to scale.
In fact, Enterprise SaaS companies that grow revenue - and company valuation - by expanding revenue within their existing customer base also know the key to making this work is to focus on - and operationalize - Customer Success.