The 4 Teams Within Customer Success Organizations. At Gainsight’s Pulse Conference on Customer Success, Mike McKee of Rapid7 spoke about the structure of his customer success team.
He projected a slide, which I’ve copied in the image above, that depicts the way Rapid7 sells a contract, deploys its software, engenders adoption and expands accounts. It’s the best visualization I’ve seen to describe the sales and customer success process and the inter-team collaboration required to be successful. The four parts of his customer success team are: Sales Engineers/PreSales participate in the sales process with account executives to close the sale.Professional Services provides customers software customization and training.Customer Success Managers nurtures and expands the accounts.The Learning Team provides customers ongoing help with best practices, knowledge bases, webinars to maximize product use and drive retention. Here’s how the process works.
In this chart above, the people in the customer success organization are in blue. B2B Lead Generation and Risk Management. Venturefest Oxford 2015 Tickets, Oxford. Invalid quantity.
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Five Things I've Learned about Content Marketing Strategy. Paris, paradis des startups ? - Les enquêtes de demain. EE204 Business Management for Engineers and Computer Scientists. Product/Market Fit The only thing that matters is getting to product/market fit. by Marc Andreesen, June 25, 2007 This post is all about the only thing that matters for a new startup.
But first, some theory: If you look at a broad cross-section of startups -- say, 30 or 40 or more; enough to screen out the pure flukes and look for patterns -- two obvious facts will jump out at you. First obvious fact: there is an incredibly wide divergence of success -- some of those startups are insanely successful, some highly successful, many somewhat successful, and quite a few of course outright fail. Second obvious fact: there is an incredibly wide divergence of caliber and quality for the three core elements of each startup -- team, product, and market.
At any given startup, the team will range from outstanding to remarkably flawed; the product will range from a masterpiece of engineering to barely functional; and the market will range from booming to comatose. Let's start by defining terms. EE204 Business Management for Engineers and Computer Scientists.