What is LIFETIME VALUE OF A CUSTOMER?

Estimated total profit, or loss, resulting over the life an ongoing business relationship with a customer. Comparatively higher value from marketing expenditure and/or salesperson compensation justify a high lifetime return on goods or services. Also known as lifetime proceeds.

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