How to Calculate Cohort-Based ASP

ASP stands for Average Selling Price.  To measure cohort-based ASP, you take your total amount of revenue or bookings won from a set of opportunities you created in a specific period, and divide by the number of deals you closed, that were created in that same period.  For example, if you won $50,000 of revenue from the opps you created in March, and closed 5 deals from the opps you created in March, then your cohort-based ASP for March would be $50,000 / 5 = $10,000.

To measure cohort-based ASP with Salesforce data, take the sum of the Amount from closed won opportunities that have a created date in the period you are looking at, and divide by the number of opportunities won that have a created date in the period you are looking at.

To measure ASP with HubSpot CRM data, take the sum of the Amount from closed won deals that have a created date in the period you are looking at, and divide by the number of deals won that have a created date in the period you are looking at.

Rekener calculates cohort-based ASP automatically, and can measure it by sales rep, by account, or any other breakdown.  Check out our Sales Rep Scorecard app to see how Rekener calculates cohort-based ASP by sales rep automatically.

Read this article to see how to measure ASP overall.

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Gregory Keshian

Greg is COO and Co-Founder at Rekener. Greg’s entire career has been focused on using BizOps to grow recurring revenue businesses. Before joining Rekener, he served as VP of Operations at ZeroTurnaround, where he built its BizOps practice and team. He did the same for the AVOKE call center analytics business, a SaaS company within BBN Technologies. He got his start in BizOps for recurring revenue businesses while at AppNeta.

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