All Metrics

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Agent Wait Time

Agent Wait Time (Calendar) is the total combined time a ticket was in the pending status. Not to be confused with user-facing metrics such as First Response Time or Resolution Time, Agent Wait time measures the time the support agent has to wait between interactions. Task switching and waiting for replies is an inevitable part of the job but, the longer an agent has to wait for a reply, the less efficient and effective they will be at solving the problem.

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Annual Contract Value

Annual Contract Value (ACV) is the dollar amount an average customer contract is worth to your company in one year. There tends to be less universal consensus on the definition of ACV compared to some other SaaS metrics, such as Annual Recurring Revenue. For example, some companies include one-time initial charges like setup or training in their ACV calculations, while others don’t.

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Annual Recurring Revenue

Annual Recurring Revenue (ARR) is the sum of all subscription revenue expressed as an annual value. For most companies, ARR is the sum of all new business subscriptions and upgrades (sometimes called expansion), minus downgrades (or contractions) and cancelled subscriptions. Though not a Generally Accepted Accounting Principle (GAAP) value, it's the Revenue equivalent used by every SaaS company. ARR is used interchangeably with Monthly Recurring Revenue (MRR).

Apdex Levels

Apdex Levels group users into categories of satisfaction with the response time of web applications and services. These levels are defined as satisfied, tolerating or frustrated depending on their response time in comparison to a threshold.

Apdex Score

Apdex Score is a measure of users' satisfaction with the response time of web applications or services. The Apdex Score is a value between 0 and 1, calculated based on three Apdex Score levels of user satisfaction: frustrated, tolerating, or satisfied.

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Average Basket Size

Average Basket Size (ABS) is an e-commerce metric that tracks the average number of items sold per transaction. In other words, ABS measures the increase or decrease in the quantity of items purchased per transaction. It can also be used to calculate the Average Basket Value, which is the average cost of units placed in the basket.

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Average Length of Stay

Average Length of Stay is a key healthcare industry indicator. Monitoring this metric will help you determine where and when to make changes to improve efficiency. It can vary depending on the type of facility and treatments offered at the facility. It is typically measured in days where partial days are rounded up to the next full day.

Average Order Value

Average Order Value (AOV) indicates the average amount of money spent on an order, either over a set period or over the lifetime of an e-commerce store. This is calculated by taking the total revenue and dividing it by the number of orders placed within the determined period.

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Average Purchase Frequency

Average Purchase Frequency counts the average number of transactions per customer per period. This metric is used to better understand customer behavior and purchase patterns.

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Average Revenue Per Account

Average Revenue Per Account (ARPA) is the average revenue generated per account per year or month. It is used as an indication of revenue generation capability and the ability to meet targets.

Average Revenue Per User

Average Revenue Per User (ARPU) is a company's generated revenue that is averaged across all users and reported as a monthly or yearly value. ARPU is a top-level metric, that can easily be normalized and is often cited as a comparative measure between similar companies.

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Average Selling Price

Average Selling Price (ASP) is the average price a given product is sold for. This metric can be applied narrowly to a product or service or, more broadly, to an entire market. It's a common metric, often used to compare businesses or channels and is particularly interesting as a reflection of what consumers will pay for similar products or services.

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