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Customer Lifetime Value (CLV)

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What is Customer Lifetime Value (CLV)?

Customer Lifetime Value (CLV) measures the estimated total value that a business will derive from its entire relationship with a customer. Customer Lifetime Value (CLV) is an important metric for understanding how much a company can hope to gain from each customer and opportunities for additional growth.

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Additional TTEC Resources
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  • Determining the Value of a Customer Interaction: Companies are always working to improve their customers’ experiences and companies that can identify and optimize interactions that matter will indeed have a competitive advantage.
  • The Economics of Customer Engagement: eBay discusses how it turned NPS into an enterpise economic strategy to determine the relationship between customer churn and customer lifetime value in an effort to deepen customer relationships.