For a business to be successful the lifetime value (LTV) of its customers must be greater than the cost it pays to acquire a customer (CAC). This Excel calculator provides an estimate of the cost to acquire a customer, its lifetime value, and also three CAC ratios which make it possible for the business to ensure its financial model stays within acceptable parameters.
The working capital needs of a business reflect the amount of funding required to finance operating assets such as inventory and accounts receivable offset by credit obtained from suppliers and other liabilities. This calculator provides an estimate of the total working capital needs and the percentage it has to revenue.
In the financial projections template other liabilities represents amounts owed in respect of operating expenses, finance costs and income tax expenses. This free Excel financial calculator calculates the other liabilities days outstanding by entering details of the expenses, number of days in the accounting period, and the other liabilities balance.
This free MRR saas calculator can be used by a business to help forecast the monthly recurring revenue it has based on customers at the end of each month for the next 60 months. It also allows the number of months to reach a target revenue level to be calculated and shown in graph format.
This free subscription model customer growth calculator can be used by a business to help forecast the number of customers it has at the end of each of the next 60 months. It also allows the number of months to reach a target level of customers to be calculated and shown in graph form.
This free startup exponential growth calculator can be used by a business to help forecast its future revenue or in the absence of revenue, another parameter such as active users.
The calculator assumes a constant compound growth rate and is for use during the period of rapid growth a business experiences in its startup phase.
This free equity investment Excel template can be used to estimate the amount of equity which an investor might require in order make an investment in a startup business. The calculator takes into account the return required by the investor and the number of years to exit.
This free production capacity template can be used to estimate the machinery, production facilities and labor resources required by a manufacturing business to enable it to make sufficient product to satisfy its forecast sales demand and inventory levels.
The product positioning map calculator provides a quick and easy method to produce a perceptual map showing how the products of a business and its competitors fit into a target market. The calculator allows details of up to ten products to be entered.