ESG delivers Customer Success as a Service® (CSaaS).
We build and support customized programs that extend, optimize, and grow your Customer Success organization.
We will partner closely on your Customer Success strategies and help execute on those strategies by delivering processes, technology solutions, thought leadership, consultation, marketing and digital success services, unique insights, and exceptional experiences directly to your customers.
Our programs include our Virtual Customer Success Managers (vCSMs) that will extend your customer coverage by reaching out to your end users, complementing your internal resources and strategy as a critical part driving results for your organization.
Our process-driven formula is built on our unparalleled experience helping clients realize maximum value. How do we do it? By turning deep insights into successful customer lifecycle management strategies. From onboarding and building awareness through usage, value realization, and advocacy, our results-driven approach impacts every stage of the customer lifecycle.
ESG manages small to mid-size customers throughout their entire customer lifecycle.
ESG ensures smooth handoff from sales and runs new customer implementations.
ESG develops and executes tech-touch strategies to keep customers in-the-know.
ESG sells customer education to drive revenue and educate product end-users.
Our people and expertise are the driving forces behind all of our Customer Success initiatives. From Onboarding and Education to Lifecycle Management and Digital Customer Success, we’ve got you covered.
We’re Customer Success experts passionate about delivering Customer Lifecycle Management, Education, Digital Customer Success, and Onboarding strategies that work. Our nearly two decades of experience at the forefront of Customer Success strategies and solutions inform each and every project. We’re not just another SaaS vendor — we’re here to create long-term relationships built on trust and effective solutions.
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