2018
DOI: 10.24251/hicss.2018.115
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Abstract: AbstractIn non-contractual freemium and sharing economy settings, a small share of users often drives the largest part of revenue for firms and co-finances the free provision of the product or service to a large number of users. Successfully retaining and upselling such high-value users can be crucial to firms' survival. Predictions of customers' Lifetime Value (LTV) are a much used tool to identify high-value users and inform marketing initiatives. This paper frames the related prediction problem and applies…

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