You know how important customer onboarding is and how it plays a crucial part in both getting your customers to first value quickly and starting a long-lasting relationship.
Time to value (TtV) is a valuable business metric: it describes the amount of time it takes for your customer to get actual value from using your product. In other words, it is the time it takes your customer to experience the value they were promised.
Many customer success leaders find themselves in a situation in which they have to convince others of the benefits of using training for customer retention, satisfaction and engagement. In this article, we will give you some pointers on how to convince the leadership team to invest in a customer academy.
One of the main training trends for next year is learner-focused training. You may think this is already something you do but - are you sure that’s the case? In this article, we share 7 tips to help you achieve a truly learner-focused training programme.
Customer Onboarding is a crucial time for your customers’ success as it can set the tone in terms of product adoption, usage, satisfaction and relationship with your brand and product. One of the questions we get asked frequently is: what makes a great onboarding training programme. Here’s the answer.
Are you a digital trailblazer that works with a software as a service (SaaS) product? Have you been navigating the realms of app integration, organic growth and cloud reliability? Are you ready to take on the challenge of creating the perfect user guide for your product? Then this article is for you.
Congratulations! You have your new academy with great courses for your audience. Now, it’s time to get your audience’s attention and engagement to make it a success. Here are some practical tips on how to do it.
If you are yet to be convinced that training your leads, customers, partners, associates and internal staff is a worthwhile investment, here are eight quantifiable ways that training will directly impact your business metrics and will help you build a bullet-proof case for implementing an academy.
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?”