MRR Growth Rate
Date created: Apr 28, 2018 • Last updated: Feb 6, 2021
What is MRR Growth Rate?
Monthly Recurring Revenue (MRR) Growth Rate is the velocity at which MRR is being added to the business, expressed as a percentage. MRR Growth Rate is often cited as a monthly rate, but it's also possible to express it using an annual timeframe; for example, "we are targeting 10% MRR Growth for April", or "our MRR Growth Rate was 100% last year".Alternate names: Monthly Recurring Revenue Growth Rate
How to calculate
A recurring revenue business increased its MRR from $250K at the beginning of the month to $265K at the end of the month. (Total MRR end of period - Total MRR beginning of period) / (Total MRR beginning of period) Net MRR Growth = MRR at the end of the period - MRR at the beginning of the period = $15K $15K / $250K = 6% MRR Growth Rate per month
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What is a good MRR Growth Rate benchmark?
According to the KeyBanc 2019 SaaS Survey, the average annual MRR Growth Rate across all companies surveyed was 52%.
More about this metric
Monthly Recurring Revenue (MRR) is the total amount of recurring revenue generated by a subscription-based business each month. The change in MRR compared to a previous period in time gives the MRR Growth Rate.
MRR Growth Rate measured over time helps you track the rate at which your business is growing, and lets you rectify slow growth or drawn-out declines in growth. To improve your MRR Growth Rate, it is helpful to focus on acquisition along with other factors such as retention, expansion, and pricing.