Dr. SaaS

For a healthy software business

Dr. SaaS is a business intelligence tool that helps you understand your metrics and provides a diagnosis of your business model.

We provide plain-English explanations to help you source the information you need, so you can get started quickly and easily.

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Dr. SaaS takes care of all the hard stuff; no maths degree needed. You can see the details if you want, or get the results you need and get on with running your business.

example detail: Churn is 20% per month
example detail: Tenure is 331.92 months
example detail: ARPU is $10 per month

Each diagnosis is customised based on the unique characteristics of your business, and is personalised to highlight healthy areas, and where there's room for improvement.

example diagnosis: Burn is $12443822 per month
burn explanation: This is your cash flow, your revenue less all of your costs. You're currently burning 1243822 each month. To tutn this around you need to either increase your revenues or decrease your costs.
example diagnosis: Cash balance is $1243822 remaining
cash balance explanation: Assuming you can keep growing at the current rate, then you will break-even before you spend the cash you currently have

If things aren't going well, Dr. SaaS isn't afraid to give you the honest truth. This lets you identify the problems early, and make the changes that are needed.

You're in poor health! Unfortunately with your current business model you lose $1,765.55 over the lifetime of each new subscriber. The more you grow, the more you will lose!Fixing your business model so that you make money on each customer is your immediate top priority. Read more about your vital signs below, to figure out how to improve.

We never share your results or personal information with anyone. You're always in control to keep things private or share with other stakeholders in your business.

Add multiple businesses to your Dr. SaaS account.

Set up a goal for one of your metrics that needs focus.

Add historical data for deeper analysis.