ChartMogul integration

ChartMogul integration

Running a successful subscription business requires careful monitoring of a variety of metrics: MRR, Churn, LTV, CAC, etc. It’s no surprise that our first plugin was the Analytics plugin, which computes in realtime these metrics and provides tools to build your own dashboards. Understanding, tweaking and validating these KPIs for your own business requires careful thinking and is typically owned by an experienced Business Intelligence team working closely with the executive team on a daily basis. For those who simply can’t afford the overhead, ChartMogul comes to the rescue. Their SaaS platform builds these metrics for you and lets you explore your data through cohorts, custom segments and geo-mapping tools. We’re pleased to announce today a new Kill Bill plugin for ChartMogul. This integration is in fact very similar to the Analytics plugin, i.e. it listens in real-time to events that Kill Bill produces, and mirrors the data in ChartMogul:       The plugin is available in beta at https://github.com/killbill/killbill-chartmogul-plugin. For help or feedback, feel free to reach-out on the...

Kill Bill Analytics plugin 0.5.9 released

We’re happy to announce we just released version 0.5.9 of the Analytics plugin. This plugin is a must have for any Kill Bill installation. It provides insights in real-time on how your business is doing: you have direct access to MRR, up-sells, conversions, etc. reports out of the box for your business intelligence and finance teams. Additionally, it comes with a framework to build and visualize custom reports. Alternatively, you can also export your data and use it in your favorite data warehouse or visualization tool (Excel, Pentaho, Tableau, MicroStrategy, etc.). Check our documentation for more information. This latest version focused on improving the built-in dashboard. You can now create and customize graphs directly from your browser. The URL-based API is of course still supported for advanced configurations. Here’s a quick preview: As usual, to upgrade, simply grab the jar from Maven Central and drop it in your plugins directory. See the userguide for more...