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Published on July 1, 2007

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Managing Customer Equity

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Customer Equity Customer equity is defined as the total of the discounted lifetime value of all the firm’s customers In other words, a firm is only as good as its customers think it will be the next time they will do business with that firm.

Three Drivers of Customer Equity Value Equity Brand Equity Retention Equity

Three Drivers of Customer Equity Value Equity : the customer's objective evaluation of the firm offerings Brand Equity : the customer's subjective view of the firm and its offerings Retention Equity : the customer's view of the strength of the relationship between the customer and the firm.

Value Equity : the customer's objective evaluation of the firm offerings

Brand Equity : the customer's subjective view of the firm and its offerings

Retention Equity : the customer's view of the strength of the relationship between the customer and the firm.

Value Equity

Value Equity is the customer's objective assessment of the utility of a brand, based on perceptions of what is given up for what is received.

Quality :How does the customer evaluate the quality of the firm's offerings? Price : How attractive is the price? Convenience : How convenient is it to do business with the firm? Drivers of Value Equity

Quality :How does the customer evaluate the quality of the firm's offerings?

Price : How attractive is the price?

Convenience : How convenient is it to do business with the firm?

Brand Equity

Brand Equity is the customer's subjective and intangible assessment of the brand, above and beyond its objectively perceived value. This evaluation is shaped by the firm's marketing strategy and tactics and is influenced by the customer through life experiences and associations with the brand.

Brand Equity is the customer's subjective and intangible assessment of the brand, above and beyond its objectively perceived value.

This evaluation is shaped by the firm's marketing strategy and tactics and is influenced by the customer through life experiences and associations with the brand.

Builds awareness and attracts customers Build emotional connections with customers Reminds customers to repurchase The Role of the Brand in Building Customer Equity

Builds awareness and attracts customers

Build emotional connections with customers

Reminds customers to repurchase

customer brand awareness customer attitude toward the brand customer perception of brand ethics Drivers of Brand Equity

customer brand awareness

customer attitude toward the brand

customer perception of brand ethics

Retention Equity

Retention Equity is the tendency of the customer to stick with the brand, above and beyond the customer's objective and subjective assessments of the brand. It focuses on the relationship between the customer and the' firm, based upon the actions taken by the firm and by the customer to establish, build, and maintain a relationship.

Retention Equity is the tendency of the customer to stick with the brand, above and beyond the customer's objective and subjective assessments of the brand.

It focuses on the relationship between the customer and the' firm, based upon the actions taken by the firm and by the customer to establish, build, and maintain a relationship.

Does the customer benefit from relationship with the firm? Does the firm benefit from its relationship with the customer? Does the customer stand to lose if the relationship is discontinued? Retention equity considers questions such as:

Does the customer benefit from relationship with the firm?

Does the firm benefit from its relationship with the customer?

Does the customer stand to lose if the relationship is discontinued?

Loyalty programs (frequent purchase/reward programs) Special recognition and treatment programs Affinity (emotional connection) programs Community programs Knowledge-building programs (learning relationship or structural bonds) Drivers of Retention Equity

Loyalty programs (frequent purchase/reward programs)

Special recognition and treatment programs

Affinity (emotional connection) programs

Community programs

Knowledge-building programs (learning relationship or structural bonds)

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