Definitions for "RFM"
Stands for "Recency, Frequency, Monetary value." A term used in database marketing: an often-used criterion for deciding which people on the database should be targeted for an offer. Usually it's those who have bought something most ecently, or most requently, or who have spent the most oney. RFM formulas are also used to work out who should be dropped from a database, and when.
Recency, Frequency, Monetary. A method for segmenting or rating customers. The best customers are those who have bought from you recently, buy many times and in large amounts.
See Recency, Frequency, Monetary.
Keywords:  anular, fuego, rimfire, magnum
Rimfire Magnum Fuego Anular Magnum
Fitter who has passed the American Board of Certification in Orthotics & Prosthetics standards for mastectomy fitting and completes mandatory continuing education requirements and adheres to the Canons of Ethical Conduct.
Keywords:  rgb
Keywords:  relative, model, funding
Relative Funding Model