What is a customer acquisition cost?
Customer Acquisition Cost (CAC) is an indicator of the effectiveness of a company’s marketing efforts in securing new customers. To calculate CAC, an organisation needs to add up its expenses related to sales and marketing, encompassing items like wages, commissions, advertising expenditures, and similar items, and then divides this sum by the quantity of newly acquired customers within a specific timeframe.
How can contact centres impact customer acquisition cost?
Contact centres that offer sales support can significantly impact the calculation of customer acquisition cost. Outbound call centres often engage leads to convert them into customers, while inbound contact centres focus on transforming prospects into paying clients.
Contact centres also play a crucial role in shaping a closely related metric known as customer lifetime value (CLV).
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