The Epic Advantage
ACCELERATE CUSTOMER ACQUISITION
Epic Leverages 3 Key Advantages
The Epic team brings decades of experience in the financial services industry, as both direct marketers and operators. We’ve sat in your seat, and we understand your needs.
We operate at a significant scale, which translates to reduced costs for you.
3. Innovative Pricing Models
Our pay-for-performance model enables you to spread customer acquisition costs across a longer time period, lowering the P&L impact of growth.
Decades of Proven Experience
THE EPIC TEAM is composed of highly successful marketing, data science, and financial services veterans who have applied the most sophisticated techniques to acquire customers at the largest scale.
From model development to marketing strategy to creative development and analytic support, we can help you optimize every part of your marketing process to enable efficient, high-volume results.
Thanks to our flexible delivery model, we integrate into your existing processes — providing as much or as little support as you need.
Our Scale Saves You Money
In an average year, EPIC:
250 million pieces
of direct mail
4 billion dollars
1 million new accounts
for our partners
With this volume, we benefit from a lower cost-per-unit – saving your money.
Innovative Funding and Pricing Model
We understand the challenge of acquiring customers at a reasonable cost. That’s why we created a pricing structure that allows you to achieve growth without being constrained by the potential impact to your P&L.
Under our unique funding model:
- Epic assumes all the risk
We pay for all up-front marketing expenses, allowing you to keep your capital free for other priorities.
- You pay for performance, not services
You only pay when a new customer is acquired.
- YOU CAN RELY ON Predictable pricing
Accurate modeling and historical analysis enable accurate estimates that stay within budget.
- Your costs are amortized over time
Predictable monthly pricing means less disruption to your bottom line. Plus, under our unique pricing model, you may be able to reclassify acquisition costs as contra-revenue — not a marketing expense.