# ISCOM 424 UOP Course Tutorial / Uoptutorial

## ISCOM 424 UOP Course Tutorial / Uoptutorial

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ISCOM 424 Entire Course
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ISCOM 424 Week 1 DQ 1
ISCOM 424 Week 1 DQ 2
ISCOM 424 Week 1 Individual Assignment Supply Chain
ISCOM 424 Week 2 DQ 1
ISCOM 424 Week 2 DQ 2
ISCOM 424 Week 2 Individual Assignment Supply Chain Management
ISCOM 424 Week 3 DQ 1
ISCOM 424 Week 3 DQ 2
ISCOM 424 Week 3 Individual Assignment Statement
ISCOM 424 Week 3 Learning Team Supply Chain Complexities
ISCOM 424 Week 4 DQ 1
ISCOM 424 Week 4 DQ 2
ISCOM 424 Week 4 Individual Assignment Customer Lifetime
ISCOM 424 Week 4 Learning Team Assignment Best Practices
ISCOM 424 Week 5 Individual Assignment Globalization
ISCOM 424 Week 5 Learning Team Assignment Supply
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ISCOM 424 Week 4 Individual Assignment Customer Lifetime Value Metric
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Individual Assignment: Customer Lifetime Value Metric
Use the course materials supplement Customer Lifetime Value Metric, found on your student Web page, to calculate the lifetime value of a customer who has recently contracted with Riordan Manufacturing.
Customer Lifetime Value Metric
Read the scenario below, then use the table to calculate customer lifetime value.
Scenario
Bilberry Beverages, Inc. is a newly acquired Riordan Manufacturing customer. Bilberry offers four flavors of berry soda. Each flavor requires its own bottle. Bilberry needs six pallets per month for each flavor. Pallets hold 700 bottles. Each bottle costs Riordan 18¢ to produce and label. Bilberry pays 38¢ per bottle, including shipping. Riordan absorbs the shipping cost, which is \$12 per pallet.
The average contractor remains a loyal customer of Riordan Manufacturing for 7 years and losses account for only 4% of total sales over the average lifetime of these relationships.
Using these...