ACL is the average length of a customer contract. To surface it you need to add the total number of contracts in months, you will then divide by the entire number of contracts to get your average contract length figure.
This metric measures the percentage of churn for different customer segments, such as new customers, long-term customers, or customers with a specific plan or feature. It helps companies identify the segments that are more likely to churn and take appropriate measures to prevent churn.
Time to Churn
This metric measures the average time it takes for a customer to churn from the date of their subscription. It helps companies identify the customers who are more likely to churn and take appropriate measures to prevent churn.
Revenue Churn Rate
This metric measures the percentage of revenue lost due to customer churn over a specific period. Revenue churn rate = (revenue lost due to churn during a period / total revenue at the beginning of the period) x 100.