Experience and Subscription Economy

Customer Success Managers are the workforce of the experience and subscription economy.

Born in the Software as a Service (SaaS) sector not that many years ago, customer success has become an indispensable function in small and large technology organisations that target mostly enterprise customers.

Getting to success is part art and science. The latter relies heavily on data – usage data and how it can be tracked and grown. Good method comes into it too. That success can be quantified through customers (or users) of a technology platform, using a platform and deriving value from it.

Usage is the currency of the customer success manager who in turn is the custodian of success.

Customer success management can be practised and perfected over time. Many activities can and should be automated but ultimately it is the skill and passion of the people delivering the service that makes the difference (the art).

I am writing a new trend report / eBook on the subject and have a separate site specifically set up to support that over here: https://successteam.co

The approach is very much in sync with the success hacking approach I wrote about.

Below is the thinking that started all my efforts on the new trend report / eBook.

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