Customer Lifetime Value is still a valuable metric (LTV)

Customer Engagement is about understanding who your customers really are and the value they bring to the organisation.

Net Promoter Score or traditional LTV models using predictive analysis are one of the ways to look at LTV.

As a practitioner I still prefer the traditional LTV model for customer acquisition to estimate retention (“LTV”) of a customer.

Roughly defined, LTV is the projected revenue that a customer will generate during their lifetime to determine true value and worth.

Below is an interesting example in an Infographic.

How To Calculate Customer Lifetime Value

Managing Customer Experience is about knowing who your customers are and the value they represent to you.

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