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Net Operating Profit After Tax

Net Operating Profit After Tax (NOPAT) is a financial performance metric that calculates profit gained through core operations after taxes. This metric is used to measure operating efficiency without the impact of debt, because the calculation does not take tax benefits from debt into consideration. In other words, if a company has no debt, their NOPAT and net income after tax would be identical.

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Net Present Value

Net Present Value is the difference between the present value of cash inflows and the present value of cash outflows, over a period of time. It is used to determine the viability of an initiative or investment.

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Net Profit

Net profit is the value that remains after all expenses are subtracted from the company’s total income. It is one of the best ways to determine a business' profitability and is often referred to as the bottom line.

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Net Profit Margin

Net Profit Margin shows net profit as a percentage of total revenue. It gives the net profit earned for every dollar of revenue generated and is a good indicator of profitability and operating expense management.

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Net Promotor Score

Net Promoter Score (NPS®) is a measure of a customer base's willingness to promote a product or service to colleagues and friends. It is based on the results of a current customer survey, which asks respondents to answer the following question: “how likely is it that you would recommend (brand or product X) to a friend or colleague?” Responses, with 10 being the highest, are grouped as follows: 10s and 9s are brand ‘Promoters’, 8s and 7s are ‘Neutrals’, and any responses below 7 are brand ‘Detractors’.

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Net Revenue Retention Rate

Net Revenue Retention (NRR) Rate, also known as Net Dollar Retention (NDR), is the percentage of recurring revenue retained from existing customers in a defined time period, including expansion revenue, downgrades, and cancels. This churn metric gives a comprehensive view of positive as well as negative changes with respect to customer retention. A good NDR can range between 90% to 125%, based on target customer size.

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Net Sales

Net Sales consists of gross sales less any discounting, products returns, or damaged products. It is an accurate measure of the amount of money brought in by a business.

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New Accounts

New Accounts is the total count of new accounts created and includes free and paid accounts. This particular metric refers to new accounts you create as a business with a payment processing platform such as Stripe.

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New Followers

This metric measures the number of New Followers you've gained on a specific social platform over a given period of time. Gaining New Followers is one indication that your brand and your value proposition are appealing to users, because users need to take a specific action to follow your account.

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Non-Operating Expenses

Non-Operating Expenses is the sum of all expenses that are unrelated to core business operations. This includes interest payments, losses due to disposition of assets, reorganizing costs, and charges on obsolete goods or inventory. Non-Operating Expenses is usually non-recurring and does not include day-to-day business costs.

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Number of Demos

Number of Demos is the count of total demonstrations of a product a company has given to prospective customers.

Onboarding Calls

Onboarding Calls is the number of phone calls made by the sales team to welcome new customers into the product. It is a good leading indicator of Engagement and Customer Lifetime Value.

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