As users at your customers generate individual events (e.g.
Purchase made), we'll keep track of the total number of times that event has been seen for every customer. We also show a percentage increase/decrease in the event total for the last 30 days compared to the total for the prior 30 days.
Note that you can also report on an account's product event history - see this article for more!
Along with event totals, we also track the last time any user at a customer generated a specific event.
For every account, we track the first and last time any user at the account 'used' your product. This is determined using events sent by users. Note that if you are using an analytics service like Segment, we only update these timestamp for new
track events and not other API calls like
A simple yet critical metric, Active user percent is the percentage of users at each customer that have used your product over the last 30 days. Thus, if your business has a seat-based pricing model, this reports the percentage of licenses active at each customer.
Elements allow you to easily track if customers have used the core features of your product. We provide you with a count of the Elements used by each customer, allowing you to easily understand if each customer is setup for success.
Vitally also provides default columns and filters for your Accounts that tracks important details about the Account Owner (i.e. the individual user at the account owning the renewal decision), like how often they've communicated with you and used your product. See our documentation on Account Owners to learn more.
If you enable an integration that sends your customer conversations to Vitally (e.g. Gmail, Intercom), we'll track both the last date anyone on your team sent a message to any user at the account as well as the last date any user at the account sent a message to anyone on your team.
Once you setup tracking of your subscribed customers, Vitally provides a wealth of insight into the customer's current subscription status with your business with these default subscription columns:
MRR/ARR: The monthly or annual recurring revenue for the account
Next renewal date: The date the customer's current subscription is set to renew
Previous renewal date: The date the customer's current subscription previously renewed
Trial start & end date: The start and end date for the account's current (or most recent) trial
Churn date: The date the customer churned. Note that no one will have this column set to a value unless you are viewing your churned accounts.
First date with revenue: The date the customer's current subscription started.