Last week, I attended Gainsight's Pulse 2016 conference and had the honor of presenting as a keynote speaker, as well as facilitating panel discussions with industry leaders. In my main stage keynote, "Digging Economic Moats for Your XaaS Business," I shared a few concepts from TSIA's new book, Technology-as-a-Service Playbook: How to Grow a Profitable Subscription Business, specifically how SaaS and other subscription companies need to evolve their business and financial models in a way that facilitates actual (GaaP) profits for them by delivering great business outcomes for their customers. Take a look at this SlideShare of my Pulse presentation, where I outline the six economic moats that have made tech into such a profitable industry, as well as the critical role that customer success organizations can play in helping your organization maintain competitive advantage, keep customers on your platform, and most importantly, produce profits. You can also watch a video recording of my presentation online.
Post Date: May 18, 2016
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J.B. Wood is president and CEO of TSIA. He is a frequent industry speaker and author of the popular books, Complexity Avalanche (2009), Consumption Economics (2011), B4B (2013), and Technology-as-a-Service Playbook: How to Grow a Profitable Subscription Business (2016), and has appeared in leading publications, such as Fortune, The New York Times, and The Wall Street Journal. He works with the world's largest technology companies on strategies to extend their innovation platform beyond the lab and into the customer experience, particularly in the age of cloud and managed services.
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