This week, ServiceSource attended Pulse, a two-day gathering of thousands of customer success professionals from all over the world. The event provides an excellent forum to share our best practices […]
At ServiceSource, our “SREV Cares” culture is the secret sauce that helps us deliver improved customer experiences, greater customer loyalty, and more revenue growth. SREV Cares means that day in and day out, our employees prioritize taking care of our clients and their customers, the communities in which we work, and each other. Learn more about how we promote a culture of caring throughout our organization, and how we celebrated our first annual SREV Cares Day in 2018.
Having the courage to listen to your customers and admitting failure is one thing. However, the way you respond and act on that failure is even more important. Learn how you can understand where you are falling short and evolve for future success.
We continue to see businesses fail because their management did not anticipate their customer’s future desires. Learn how companies that anticipate customer needs and innovate their customer success strategies retain more customers, build loyalty and grow revenue.
In its simplest form, Customer Journey Mapping produces a diagram that literally illustrates the multiple touchpoints your customer has with your business, it depicts every step that they engage with your company.
Journey mapping has grown from a niche workshop in the land of business-to-consumer customer experience to being “on-trend” and fashionable. From ugly B2C duckling to elegant B2B swan. Join David Lopes at two TSW sessions to learn how to deploy Customer Journey Mapping tactics.
The Recurring Revenue Forum offers leaders responsible for revenue services a unique learning and networking opportunity with presentation-based content and participant-led discussions focused on Customer Success.
ServiceSource Summit 2016 was a gathering of some of the technology industry’s best leaders. Through insightful and inspirational workshops and presentations, these leaders exchanged creative ideas, best practices and innovative tactics around customer success and revenue growth in the new outcome economy.
Customer demands are changing, pressuring companies to transform their models or risk being irrelevant. TSIA’s John Ragsdale and ServiceSource’s Chad Lyne discuss how to succeed with new subscription business models.
As I heard from the various presenters at the recent Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference (WPC), solely embracing cloud technology is not enough to stay ahead of digital disruption. The cloud has provided us with a goldmine — customer usage and behavioral data.
SAN FRANCISCO--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- ServiceSource® (Nasdaq:SREV), the global leader in customer success and revenue lifecycle management (RLM) solutions, today announced that it will release its financial results for the second quarter ended June 30, 2016 after market close on August 8, 2016. ServiceSource will host a conference call to discuss the results at 1:30 p.m. Pacific Time (4:30 p.m. Eastern Time) that day to review financial results and business outlook.
Recurring revenue business models have changed the game for channel management strategies. Thinking differently about how your partners enable, engage and extend customer relationships is the key to growing channel partner revenue in the subscription economy.
The “Customer Experience Economy” your clients expect to realize value and quantifiable business outcomes much more quickly. These customer success best practices will help you understand and meet these demands.
Predictive analytics and data science are hot right now. The truth be told, ‘big data’ has been a buzzword for over 100 years. Finding a way to harness the volume, velocity and variety of data that is flowing into your business is as critical to using Customer Retention Analytics to your advantage.
B2B tech companies like yours have to deal with a lot of pressure these days. Rapidly evolving technology, more informed and empowered customers and industry disruption are just a few of the factors for why you need to start focusing your attention on effectively managing your customer’s revenue lifecycle.