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Trial by Fire: Top Efforts to Avoid in Customer Success

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Whether building customer success from the ground up or improving customer success operations, come and share your story and learn from other customer success executives on those activities that can detract or derail your efforts to yield a positive customer experience and a positive customer success environment. Topics may include: What efforts created beautiful busy work but yielded little value to your customer and created great frustration with your customer success managers? When building the customer success department, what training did not yield the positive results expected? When scaling the customer success organization, what efforts and activities thwarted the ability to be nimble in this effort? What customer success efforts locked your customer into an expectation that was not scalable and manageable by your customer success team for the long-term?

Presented By:

Marc Troyan

Director of Research, Customer Success, TSIA

Publish Date: May 7, 2021

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