These days, customers expect personalized service. Whether they’re shopping for software or a way to increase sales, they expect you to be right there next to them searching for every potential edge that will help them grow their business. The digital
Culture is defined by actions. It is a tangible presence customers can see and feel in the way you engage them, respond to them, and present the product. Creating the right culture within your enterprise is, therefore, a matter of
‘Customer-centric’ no longer just refers to a marketing strategy—it’s a whole economy. It’s a way of thinking. Customer expectations and demands on enterprises have never been so high, or so personal—especially for SaaS companies who are at the forefront of both
True customer obsession is a key principle that keeps companies relevant, competitive, and growing. Without it, companies stagnate, become irrelevant, decline, and die. Amazon's Customer ObsessionI was inspired by Jeff Bezos, Amazon CEO, when reading his 2016 Letter to Amazon Shareholders. In this year's
We’re well into the second decade of the SaaS industry. We’ve seen some phenomenal successes in the public markets with stalwarts like Salesforce.com, the next wave of SaaS companies including NetSuite and Workday, and more recent IPOs such as Box.
This awesome quote comes from Scott Hudgins, VP of Global Customer Managed Relationships at the Walt Disney Company. They recently announced their "MagicBand" wristband to understand/track visitors' behaviors at the park. I think this is a great example of how