Committed Monthly Recurring Revenue (CMRR)
Committed Monthly Recurring Revenue is an estimate of how much recurring revenue will be collected next month. It takes into account the current customer commitments and contracts.
The biggest difference to Monthly Recurring Revenue (MRR) is that CMRR reduces the recurring revenue from customers who have cancelled their subscription, but the MRR loss will happen in next month.
It may also reduce revenue from customers who are expected to downgrade. Likewise, it may contain expected future upgrade revenue.
CMRR = "how much recurring revenue do I expect next month, based on current contracts?"
MRR = "how much recurring revenue did I collect this month?"
Estimate next month's recurring revenue. Some companies use this as a replacement for MRR to assess month-to-month performance.