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TSIA Interact: Key Takeaways

TSIA’s conferences are always jam-packed with best-practices, real-life examples, success stories, and lessons learned from some of technology’s biggest names. This year’s virtual TSIA Interact was certainly no exception, with three days of sessions from TSIA researchers and industry-leading companies like Salesforce, Okta, Oracle, SAP, Cisco, Aruba, HPE, and Genesys, and even a session led […]

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BIG RYG: Key Takeaways

We were thrilled to sponsor the first annual BIG RYG Customer Success Conference, and have our own Vice President of Customer Success & Operations, Megan Macaluso, included in the list of impressive speakers! (If you missed her session on Operationalizing Iteration & Continuous Improvement for CS, you can watch it On-Demand here.) The day was […]

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Why CS & Sales Should be Friends, not Enemies

As a sales leader in a thriving Customer Success marketplace, it pains me to see the dysfunction that often exists between these two power-house organizations. Is some of that tension warranted? Absolutely. Political tug of war over revenue, CS cleaning up ‘bad-fit’ customers, sales running out of referenceable clients from less-than-ideal delivery scenarios. But what […]

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The 4 ‘Marketing’ Metrics that Measure Customer Engagement

You may be asking yourself ‘if this article is about marketing and I’m in Customer Success, why am I using my precious time to read it?’ That would be a valid question. But the answer may not be what you think. It’s not about inter-departmental cooperation or collaboration, or even about learning from your peers. […]

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Top 5 Tips for a Thriving Partner Success Program

Partner Success programs are relatively new to the Customer Success world. Software as a Service (SaaS) companies are big trendsetters in CS. Their subscription business model has taken root across a spectrum of services in our daily lives, and its popularity is only growing. Customer Success evolved out of the need for more dynamic, forward-thinking […]

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Top 5 Dos and Don’ts of Digital Customer Success

Implementing Digital Customer Success strategies is a new frontier for many CS organizations. Without automation, scaling Customer Success becomes extremely difficult, if not impossible. Very few (and I mean very few) companies excel in this area today, but it’s quickly becoming a must-have. So, as you begin to expand your digital capabilities and build out […]

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Building Blocks of Partner Success: For Partners vs. Through Partners

As companies perfect their Customer Success strategies, they look ahead to the next phase of scaling CS – Partner Success programs. According to TSIA, 70-80% of all technology is sold through the channel. How does CS factor into that huge percentage? You didn’t pour your blood, sweat, and tears into building a robust, proactive Customer […]

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Top 3 Dos and Don’ts of Monetizing Customer Success

Hot! Hot! Hot! These days, the hottest topic in Customer Success is the big “M” word – Monetization. But how do you go about monetizing Customer Success? Many companies are taking a learn as they go approach, testing the waters of charging customers for CS resources a little bit here, a little bit over there. […]

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Our Newly Redesigned Services: Why the Change?

If everything is working, why would you change it? If you are succeeding, why not just keep going as-is? In any line of work, the best in the business are constantly pushing themselves to get better, to evolve and adapt faster, both as a competitive advantage and as a way to anticipate the needs of […]

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Not Just for Startups: Test and Refine CS Strategy with an Incubation Model

Startup incubators are well-known programs that allow entrepreneurs to test out their new business ideas. They usually offer support like office space and mentors so the idea can be tried out and improved upon in a nurturing environment. Building or expanding a Customer Success organization can be surprisingly similar to developing a startup. The most […]

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