The biggest issue we see technology companies making today is using the investments in the CS role to define their CX strategy as opposed to defining their CX strategy and using the CS role as a critical enabler to that strategy. There are three very specific fail points when this occurs…
Reinvention in an ever-shifting landscape
Watch the on-demand, 30-minute webinar for live summary commentary and discussions around our Tech industry report “Building A Customer Experience Driven Culture for Revenue Success.” We cover 4 mandates to building the most effective Customer Experience oriented organization and give an inside look at companies at the forefront of delivering great experiences.
The lines between a product and a service are blurring, making ‘stickiness’ more about service and experience than just product features alone. Breaking through the clutter is no longer about simply scaling a sales force or partner network to cover more customers and therefore product revenue, but rather enabling that coverage to deliver superior service.
In an on-demand, 30-minute webinar, Mike Kelleher and Brice Chaney, our technology vertical leaders, provide summary commentary and discussion around our report “5 Emerging Strategies to Win in the Subscription Economy.”
As the technology industry landscape continues to shift towards XaaS recurring revenue models, the role of the channel is changing dramatically and forcing a new model for the vendor-partner relationship. While there are clear financial benefits of the recurring revenue transition, the underlying driver is the dramatic increase in customer control over the buying process. […]
For many Tech enterprises, the move from on-prem hardware/software sales to a subscription-based model has sales and marketing teams rethinking their go-to-market methodologies. To identify which strategies will move the needle, you need in-depth market research on top tech contenders, market issues and pressing challenges.
The partner channel model hadn’t changed much until a few years ago. Most groceries and consumer goods traveled through supermarkets; most cars were sold through dealers, and most manufacturing items were sold through distributors. These traditional channel models have some combination of nine traits in common, depending on the industry. Typically, for a partner to meet the definition of a “traditional”…
In this excerpt, MarketBridge synthesizes signal from across the digital ecosystem (social, news, influencer, advertising) to highlight critical competitive and go-to-market insights for enterprises offering edge computing solutions to manufacturing businesses…
One of our clients recently came to us with an issue that we immediately diagnosed as a friction problem. A product had been conceived and built which should have been selling well, but uptake was slow. There was nothing functionally wrong with the product; it did what it said it did, and it filled an […]
Change seems to be afoot for 2019 already! Whether it’s the start of a new fiscal or just the time of year that prompts creative, out-of-the-box thinking on meeting strategic objectives, most of our Tech clients are showing a strong appetite to do something different to meet this year’s performance objectives. Sales and marketing decision […]