MTU is a measure of the maximum size of a single data packet that can be sent over a network.
Monthly transactional user (MTU) is a term used in product management to refer to the number of users who have completed at least one transaction within a given month. This metric is used to measure the success of a product or service, as it indicates how many people are actively engaging with the product or service. It can also be used to track customer retention and loyalty, as well as identify areas for improvement. MTU can be tracked over time to measure the growth of a product or service, and can be compared against other products or services in the same market.
1. A bank customer who uses their debit card to make purchases on a monthly basis is an example of a Monthly Transactional User (MTU). 2. A customer who shops online and pays for their purchases with a credit card each month is an example of a Monthly Transactional User (MTU). 3. A customer who pays for their monthly subscription services with a debit card is an example of a Monthly Transactional User (MTU).