How to calculate Gross churn in Airtable

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What is Gross churn ?

Gross churn is defined as the MRR (Monthly Recurring Revenue) lost in a given month divided by the MRR (Monthly Recurring Revenue) at the beginning of the month. This value is expressed as a percentage where as Net Churn is expressed as the difference between MRR (Monthly Recurring Revenue) lost in a given month and the MRR (Monthly Recurring Revenue) at the beginning of the month.

What is Airtable ?

Airtable is a platform for building collaborative applications. It is a spreadsheet-database hybrid, with the features of a database but applied to a spreadsheet that integrates nicely with all your favorite apps and services

How to calculate Gross churn in Airtable ?

It can be difficult to calculate Gross churn directly inside of Airtable; that's where Whaly comes in.

Whaly helps you build models on top of Airtable and many other solutions. You simply connect Whaly to your Airtable account, and then you can create your formula in Whaly to calculate your Gross churn.

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