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Customer Profitability Vs. Customer Satisfaction: Keep Guessing or Model your Pricing Strategies

Published 16 July 2013 | By Suntec

Most financial institutions do not have a clear understanding of what or who drives their profitability. They make assumptions or guesswork, and most of the time, try and fix their profitability metrics into the 80/20 rule or something similar — the majority of profits (80%) come from a minority (20%) of customers, products or business segments. Is profitability as simple as this? While there is no denying the 80/20 rule, how does an organization find this 20%?

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Customer Profitability Vs. Customer Satisfaction: Keep Guessing or Model your Pricing Strategies