Monthly Recurring Revenue (MRR) is the total amount of recurring revenue your company has generated from your customers in a given month.
MRR is calculated by adding up the revenue of all your customers in a month, then dividing that number by the number of months in that month.
For example, if you have 100 customers in January and each of them pays you $10 a month, your MRR for January is $1,000.
MRR is a very important metric to track because it shows how much money your company is making from its existing customers.
MRR is also a very important metric for investors to look at because it shows how much money your company is making from its existing customers.