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Pricing is the most important lever in your business. True, we’re a bit biased given we work with pricing all day, every day. However, think about the fact that everything you do in your business, from sales and marketing to your product and support, works to drive people to your pricing page, convert them, and keep them around as loyal customers.

Yet, we’ve found that companies only spend 6 hours on their pricing strategy in the entire history of their business. Not six hours a year. Not six hours a quarter. Six hours total. That’s kind of like trying to power a jet with a steam engine.

 


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Achieving a SaaS Quick Ratio of 4 is a good benchmark for young, high-growth companies but the equation changes as those companies reach scale

The average company booking professional services revenue on new deals is equivalent to 16% of the first year subscription value. Professional services margins are approximately 22%

When determining Sales Capacity, “it’s worth noting that some percentage of new sales hires won’t meet expectations, so that should be taken into consideration when setting hiring goals. Typically we have seen failure rates around 25-30% for field sales reps, but this varies by company. The failure rate is lower for inside sales reps. can be counted as half of a productive rep”

Moving from $1.5 million with an eye towards $10 million in ARR is a tough a task and will take an excellent VP of sales to get you there

Internet sales-driven companies have a much greater reliance on marketing, with 65% of the median company’s CAC budget devoted to marketing

In 2018, the revenue of General Dynamics amounted to nearly 36.2 billion U.S. dollars.

Is your SaaS business viable?

If the numerator of your quick ratio is growing that means your revenue is growing. It’s important to keep increasing revenue to counter any MRR (Monthly Recurring Revenue) that is lost to churn

The top 50% of the fastest growing SaaS businesses generate much higher upsells than their competitors. The larger the business, the greater the impact of upselling

It’s 9x cheaper to retain existing customers than acquire new customers: costing $0.13 to acquire any additional dollar of revenue