The aim of this chapter is to develop a performance measurement framework for understanding the relationships among drivers of customer profitability in internet companies.We recognize an opportunity to improve management control systems for internet companies, where performance measurement systems currently focus on measuring web data, such as number of customers, cost of service, cost of acquisition (CoA), and churn rate. However these indicators, taken separately, do not provide useful information to make decisions.To fill this gap we developed a framework, which we designate as the Lifetime Value Scorecard, to investigate the relationships between customer data and financial data, providing an early indication as to whether or not the marketing strategies being implemented are successful. We then offer an application of the Lifetime Value Scorecard to the mobile value-added services industry, where content and services are provided to consumer cell phones, mainly using wireless networks.

The life time value scorecard: from e-metrics to internet customer value / Ferrari, Mascia; M., Bonacchi; M., Pellegrini. - STAMPA. - 18:(2008), pp. 193-226.

The life time value scorecard: from e-metrics to internet customer value

FERRARI, Mascia;
2008

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The aim of this chapter is to develop a performance measurement framework for understanding the relationships among drivers of customer profitability in internet companies.We recognize an opportunity to improve management control systems for internet companies, where performance measurement systems currently focus on measuring web data, such as number of customers, cost of service, cost of acquisition (CoA), and churn rate. However these indicators, taken separately, do not provide useful information to make decisions.To fill this gap we developed a framework, which we designate as the Lifetime Value Scorecard, to investigate the relationships between customer data and financial data, providing an early indication as to whether or not the marketing strategies being implemented are successful. We then offer an application of the Lifetime Value Scorecard to the mobile value-added services industry, where content and services are provided to consumer cell phones, mainly using wireless networks.
Performance Measurement and Management Control: Measuring and Rewarding Performance
Emerald, JAI Press
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The life time value scorecard: from e-metrics to internet customer value / Ferrari, Mascia; M., Bonacchi; M., Pellegrini. - STAMPA. - 18:(2008), pp. 193-226.
Ferrari, Mascia; M., Bonacchi; M., Pellegrini
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