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Effective Customer Lifecycle Management Requires Excellent Work Management

By | 2018-11-30T11:01:22+00:00 November 29th, 2018|Customer Lifecycle|

You know exactly what your customer should do or experience at every juncture of implementing your solution. You have a well-defined customer lifecycle which identifies stages and achievements within each stage. You even know who is responsible within your organization for managing the relationship at each turn. However, you still have an adoption and retention issue. Maybe the problem isn’t managing your lifecycle, but rather managing the actual work that is being done to cultivate [...]

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Making the Case for Agile Customer Success Strategies

By | 2018-10-02T17:38:10+00:00 October 2nd, 2018|Customer Success|

Making the Case for Agile Customer Success Strategies Customer Success Best Practices Incorporate the best of Agile Methodologies   “Agile” isn’t just for software development. It’s an innovation-based, iterative approach that’s being used in marketing, logistics, HR, and more.  Agile Customer Success Management is the best way to ensure your customers get a consistently excellent experience with your solution, remain loyal, and become advocates. As you determine what your customer success best practices are, and [...]

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Quantitative and Qualitative Data: A Recipe for Knowing Customers

By | 2018-08-07T14:52:26+00:00 August 7th, 2018|Customer Loyalty|

Knowledge is power. In the B2B subscription economy, we expand on this and say something like: Knowing our customer allows us to help them be successful, which keeps them engaged, and leads to higher customer lifetime values. Whether it’s power or profit that we seek, the importance of knowing our customers isn’t up for debate.  Without knowing them, we can’t assess how successfully their adoption of our product meets their needs. The challenge we face [...]

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