The time to make plans for next fiscal year(s) is a busy time for companies: in addition to the wrap-up reporting that takes place, you also need to create or adjust your overall strategy. This makes it the perfect time to build a case to add training as part of your strategy – especially for marketing, sales and customer success.
As the last quarter of the year approaches, one of the most common (and important) questions in any business is: “What should we take into consideration as we define our strategic plans for next year?”
Have you realized that your customer training academy is a valuable source of customer feedback? This article will delve into this topic and help you understand the usefulness of your learning academy in gathering customer insights.
Marketing, Sales and Customer Success are the 3 stages of the same process working to attain a shared goal – getting and retaining happy customers. However, in many companies the customer facing teams still work in silos instead of working together. There are many benefits to team up and here are some ideas on how to do it.
Educating leads and customers is very important: from communicating with a large number of potential customers, to retaining your existing customer base. High-quality content builds trust and credibility, making it easier to be found online, generating more leads and keeping your customers engaged and happy. But you need to make sure you are there when your customers and potential customers are looking for education in a subject related to your business.
Growth is a beautiful thing, isn’t it? It means there are many things you are doing well. However, it also means your team and you will need to deal with the challenges it brings. But, don’t worry! If your company was able to generate growth, now it will be able to overcome its challenges. And here are some tips to help you.
Product adoption and client engagement are key factors to the success of any business. That said, not all companies are already leveraging customer education’s benefits for customer success.
Some products (especially SaaS) can go through several product updates in short periods of time. This can make it difficult for you to help your customers keep up with the updates and, if this is not handled correctly, can have a deep negative impact in your customer’s product usage and satisfaction.
Managing a contact centre requires a huge amount of flexibility: organisations needs to be able to successfully manage the daily operations of the workforce across multiple channels in order to ensure that every customer request — regardless of channel and personal journey — is fulfilled. This means juggling many activities, different people, diverse time zones… let alone the onboarding, ongoing training and reporting for all agents at all locations. This is a very demanding job, no doubt. But there is one thing that can help you ease this load and overcome some of the challenge of contact centre management: online video training.
In this guide, you will find the 7 steps you need to take to set up an effective and efficient Customer Training in your company.