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Hello everyone.I wanted to ask if anyone can share their best practice how would you identify whether a job requires only Rules Engine, or Rules Engine mixed with Data Designer?For example, I need to set score for a new measure “NPS Response Rate”. I could fetch the needed data and use a formula field and do it all within the rules engine itself. Or I could first do the fetching and calculating in data designer, then save this data as a new object that would hold a “Response Rate” field, and then reference that field in the Rules Engine.What should be kept in mind when deciding the preferred method? (Outside of possible feature limitations between these two methods I may not be aware of yet as a new admin).For example, if I use the data designer, then this response rate could be referenced later on in any report, while if all calculations are done in rules engine, this data will not be reachable by reports, unless loaded to an existing object anyways. Is that a correct assumption?This
Hi there,I recorded a podcast episode on Digital Success Plans and how we at Alteryx think about guiding our customers to be successful in data and analytics.Check out the link here where you can listen or find links to Spotify or wherever you get your podcasts:https://community.alteryx.com/t5/Alter-Everything/118-Prescribed-success-plans-with-Alteryx/ba-p/1014195Any feedback or questions are much appreciated!
Witnessing the originsGainsight was birthed as a Community and the Pulse Community is how it all began led by none other than coach Mr. Ned Sasso himself.You can check the #PulseEU22 tag to experience the conference through the eyes of attendees and speakers. On this post I’d like to give you a personal take of this spectacular London event as a Community builder who’s feeling this immense sense of satiety witnessing the coming together of the Community, on the ground, as it is online. So here are my top 10 moments from Nov 9, and 10. 1. The Venue There are conference venues, and then there is London’s historic Tobacco Dock for a venue. 2. All About Pulse is as IRL as it gets I found myself seated right next to one of our first respondents to the ‘All About Pulse call to session intros’, @Jef Vanlaer and the Software AG team (and our UX supremo @ophirsw), right before Jef’s session on day 1. 3. Long time collaborators meet Very special moments like these when @baji_bathula our Office h
Hello, in this post I am explaining how to calculate the anniversary dates based on existing date field in an object using Rules Engine.Here is the link to the document Below are the few use cases where this might be helpful. To follow-up on account’s renewal. To send NPS surveys every 6 months to customers. To create CTA for EBR set-up every 6 months To send customers a survey after 6 months of onboarding to know customer feedback.
Keeping a community alive is no easy task.It takes dedication, effort and a passion!I know no one as passionate about Community as @anirbandutta.We will be together at Pulse to talk about the initiatives we are excited about to drive engagement in our communities, and we hope it will inspire you to experiment with your own community programs to drive sustained customer success. Feel free to connect with us in the this thread, or via Linkedin. I am always happy to connect and chat community, knowledge management and self service.
Hello!Trying something new with a short Gainsight admin video. It is a bit of fun. Hopefully, you find it informative. Please share your feedback.I don't think I'm ready for TikTok just yet, but with more practice, who knows 😄I'll get us started with Data Designer because I rarely use Data Designer. And I noticed the feature wasn't particularly prevalent in the Gainsight admin certification.Two questions:Do you default to Data Designer?What do you like to use Data Designer for especially?
@CharlotteK … enjoyed your session Live… forgive the approximation of the Title but please share snippets of your session and bake in a few Questions you recieved (I know you received many :) because of the highly informative nature of practical workflows… and let’s open up the convo! 😀 "#Community is just not a platform, it's an intentional strategy" - @Tyzaa_ of #Blueprism at @GainsightHQ's #PulseEU22 pic.twitter.com/1bu83gpYJz— Anirban Dutta (@anirban_dutta_) November 9, 2022
WHO?After speaking with Adam Joseph, VP of CS, on a fireside chat about Digital-Led CS a few months ago (see here for recording) … myself and Jordan Barker are very excited to share our journey with everyone at Pulse Europe in a few weeks. 🤩 We’ve grown a scaled Digital Customer Success operation from the ground up in just 12 months; innovating, building, failing, experimenting and using data science to build a digital environment to ensure the success of our 8000 customers. 📈WHAT?Covering PEOPLE, DATA & TECH and INFLUENCE, we will be aiming to educate and entertain. Walking you through our journey to leave you with nuggets of information and learnings to take back to your organisation as you aim to scale your CS delivery. 💡HOW?Join us at 11:30am on Thursday 10th November. 👋Or feel free to message us to connect during the conference - we would love to chat and make new connections.
Subscribe to this monthly newsletter here! Hi there,I’ve recently had a surge in questions about the ‘right’ investment in CS Ops. Welcome to budget season! I respect that it’s a tricky challenge. You’re not buying more of the same ol’ stuff. It’s more nuanced: you’re investing to unlock access to a more sophisticated version of your CS team.(Also recently, I’ve had entirely too much fun with DALL-E, generating AI art.) So, if you’re taking stock of your CS Ops spend, I have two north stars to offer: (1) What’s everyone else investing?Data from 2021 says:A ratio of CSM:CS Ops of 12:1. This comes from a Gainsight survey of 60+ companies with at least one CS Ops role. 61% of companies have CS Ops, which was triple the rate of the previous year. Average CS Ops spend = 3% of CS spend (middle two quartiles ranged from 1% to 7%). This comes from a Gainsight and RevOps Squared report, based on a survey of 350 companies. For example, Gainsight’s CS Ops team is called “Ops & Scale”, and is
In the C360 Customer Goals tab, the user is seeing two of the same goal after adding. This is confusing to some of our end users. There is nothing in the documentation on this being a field that shows all of the recently added goals until you hit dismiss or refresh the page. Is there a way to not show this field or to update the documentation to reflect the actions needed to clear out the orange bar, or to disable it.
Majorly excited to be returning to the stage at Gainsight's awesome #PulseEurope2022 event where I will sharing my "Lessons Learnt from Managing Customer Success at Enterprise Companies".With nearly 10 years #CustomerSuccess #leadership experience at true giants of the software world with Autodesk & SAP I will talk about the good, the bad & the ugly!PS - Someone else may be joining me on this topic who is even more awesome!
Really looking forward to being on stage at Pulse Europe 2022 in 2 weeks and sharing our journey in building a digital end-user journey to complement our customer journey.In the presentation, I'll talk about how a digital user can complement your customer journey, why it's important to adopt a multi-channel approach for this journey, and illustrate this with the self-service onboarding program for TrendMiner we launched last year.This program combines an in-app journey via Gainsight PX, a series of onboarding emails via Gainsight CS Journey Orchestrator, Fundamentals webinars, eLearning, and a getting started section in our user guide. Its implementation led to an increase of user activation between 5 and 10 percent.Let me know if there's anything you would like to see covered during the session or in the Q&A afterwards... Session detailsFrom Customer Journey to User Journey: Scaling B2B CS by Focusing on the End-UserTrack: Scaling Massively with Digital EngagementWednesday, Novemb
Hi Admins! Would you be interested in learning how to track each link exactly when there are multiple links in the email sent? If yes, go through the below content to crack it. Example: Below is the renewal email that we are sending to the customers with three options to select from: As you could see in the screenshot, if a user selects option3 the CSM has to reach out to the customer, regarding the renewal discussion. So after sending the above email, we need to exactly track which link did the user click out of the three links and if the user had clicked the third link, the CTA has to be triggered to the respective CSM to reach out their customer for renewal discussion.. Right now, in JO conditional wait we only have flexibility to track whether The customer has opened the email Clicked any link after opening the email But we do not have information about exactly which link is clicked when there are multiple links in the same email template. This is the same even though enabl
I’m excited to be back at Pulse Europe this year and looking forward to sharing actionable insights on How to unite your company around Customer Centricity.Do you struggle with making Customer Centricity a company wide priority? Does your leadership team still believe that the Customer Success team is the solution to all customer related problems?Then this session is for you!I'll share with you how we united the company around Customer Centricity, the framework and roadmap we created, and what we have already achieved after 1 year of customer centric mindset. I’m hoping to leave you with a toolkit you’ll be able to implement right away.But I’d also love to learn from you and hear about your struggles or ideas on this topic. So what are your challenges when it comes to uniting around Customer Centricity?
What’s the org structure for your teammates who work on digital-led customer success?Here’s how it’s broken down at Gainsight:1 Director of Digital-Led Programs 1 teammate who develops always-on programs for key customer moments 1 teammate who develops customer communications (emails, virtual events, etc.) 2 teammates who develop in-app messaging 2 CSMs who used a pooled model to assist customers who don’t have a named CSM 1 teammate who manages our customer advocates and orchestrates ‘match’ requests from Sales and CS 1 teammate who provides logistical support for all of the above You could also consider community to be part of the digital/scaled support we offer to customers, and various pieces of community are owned by different teamsWhat does your digital-led team structure look like??(Credit to Emily McGrath, Director of CX @ Drift for bringing up this topic!)
We are so psyched about the upcoming Pulse in London in a couple of weeks. Kirsten Andres and I will be speaking about how we have been using Gainsight CX and Gainsight PX to globally scale our Customer Success approach with our customers…….join our session to find out how we generate more than 10,000 (yes…..TEN THOUSAND) NPS responses every six months, and how we use this date to shape our Customer Success approach with our customers…….I could go on and on and on…..buuuuut why don’t you just come and see our session??? :-DLook out for the session titled “The ‘Unbeatable’ product engagement strategy to support worldwide growth”.
Hi there, We're currently exploring the idea of creating a Scorecard 2.0 to measure and track client health during the implementation stage of our customer lifecycle. Once a client has been fully implemented, we would then move them over to our standard client scorecard. Does anyone have any suggestions or best practices for the types of metrics we should consider using? Here are a couple metrics that come to mind: [list] [*]CSM/IM Sentiment (manually set) [*]Overdue? (determined by implementation playbook) [*]Number of overdue tasks (determined by implementation playbook) [*]Delivery Issues (timeline activities)[/list]Curious to hear about what other people have done in this area. Thanks!
Hi All,I’m interested to understand if anyone has switched from a CS team owning Renewals & Expansion to a singular Value\ROI focus and the decision factors that led to this change? I’d also love to know more about what opportunities you faced along the way, specifically in managing the perception of a non commercial team becoming just a cost centre (in the negative term).For transparency I’m just trying to understand the reasons for and against as a thought exercise with my peer group.Thanks in Advance!Sean
Wondering if anyone has worked with Aha! and Gainsight. It looks like they have an integration with SF, and was wondering if anyone had successfully used SF as a bridge between GS and Aha! We have a product feedback process in Timeline in GS, and are looking for a way to get that data into Aha! Thanks!
We’re so glad you’re here! A little over a year ago at Pulse, Gainsight announced the CS Ops Mentor Program just for CS Ops Professionals, whether you were looking to land a role, just getting your feet wet at 6 months in, or experienced! Since then, in Gainsight’s community alone we have had over 3,000 people from all sorts of CS roles reply with interest and start conversations, and 293 mentees, 25 mentors, and 152 who don’t mind either, sign up for the Program. If you missed it, don’t fret! This year at Pulse there’s a big chance the best minds will also be a part of our growing CS Ops community. CS Ops Mentor Program for new and experienced CS Ops Professionals:Mentors can expand your network, build coaching and people skills, while reinforcing your knowledge on subject matters and offering mentees a different perspective. By the way, signing up is easy and free. “I have mentored dozens of people in my career and it has made me better at what I do. Teaching is the best way to trul
Latest Update: Sept 13, 2022 //Gainsight Administrator is a creative, powerful role. It drives career development, it lives in the cutting-edge world of Customer Success Operations, and it’s both a new challenge to a systems administrator veteran and an entry-point for someone looking for a first ‘technical’ role.I know, because I’ve lived it and I’ve seen it. I became a Gainsight Admin in 2015, and earned my Level 3 Certification when it first became available. After transitioning from ‘Gainsight customer’ to ‘Gainsight employee,’ I ran Gainsight’s CS Ops team for 2 years, which included experienced Admins who have since grown into leadership, and first-time Admins who had never configured a piece of software before. In my newest role, I see the experiences of Admins with all levels of experience, plus their managers, on a daily basis. I hear about what they need and what has worked well for them.And I hear how out-of-reach the role can feel for newcomers. It’s intimidating, or confus
Pulse US was wild and we know that Pulse Europe would be off the charts too 🎉Calling all speakers toRegister on this Community if you don’t have a profile. If you think you had an earlier profile you can't remember, let us know and we’ll look it up, and update your email address with the latest. Login and paint a high level idea of your session by Starting a New Discussion here.Let’s start to not only warm up the audience leading up to your session but also initiate this post-prod conversation in the afterglow of Pulse for the following days, months, years for both attendees and enthusiasts who were never there in the room.Here’s how @darshana.shah intro-ed her session Oh! Btw, a good-looking Speaker badge awaits 😎 All About PulseSearch the All About Pulse Community, network and participate in discussions that happened a couple of months ago to feel more connected.All Pulse Europe 2022 tracks
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