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We have several different reports that our CSMs need to run frequently, and we're looking for a way to create links to those reports within GS. Ideally, it would be great to be able to add a widget called Important Links, and then, add several links into that section for easy access. Has anyone done anything similar or have other suggestions?
Unfortunately there are times where an account churns from being a customer. And , unfortunately, there are a couple times when an incorrect account is loaded into GS. Its simple to find the account in a standard view and delete the account. I was wondering if there was any best practice about perhaps "marking" the account as churned in GS versus deleting the account. The account is updated and altered in our CRM world as an inactive customer along with the appropriate notes. But does anyone currently keep these accounts in GS and mark them as "lost"/"churned ? Havent yet explored the idea of creating a rule to *delete* churned accounts automatically. I assume if the accounts stayed in GS, the views , dashboards, perhaps rules would have to be adjusted. thoughts ? feedback is much appreciated.
Was doing a Scorecard report and showing the metric values. I decided to include a column in the report with the "Deleted" data field from the Customer object. I am seeing the values of "false" and "-" and was wondering if "-" equals "true". Also, was assuming the data would by default only show if the scores were from valid / active customers or should we , by default, be sure to include "customer = true" as a default filter to most reports ?
Hello customers, you may have already read about [url=https://support.gainsight.com/hc/en-us/articles/213757348]Gainsight Vault[/url], released this month, which provides the ability for you to import best practices into your instance. Currently you can import various playbooks and surveys created by the Gainsight team. We are planning to extend this functionality to import rules and reports as well. We would love to share and get feedback on the flow and user interface. Please let me know if you are available for a 30 minute or 1 hour group call. Thanks, Gaurav
In the survey analytics, there is a "view details and followup" option for each question. From this view, it looks as if you can then create a task (or CTA?). However this does not currently work in any org I have access to. I've not logged a support ticket, because I thought this may be old functionality. Can anyone confirm this and update me/Lila? [url=https://support.gainsight.com/Product_Documentation/Surveys_and_NPS/User_Guides/Survey_Analytics]https://support.gainsight.com/Product_Documentation/Surveys_and_NPS/User_Guides/Survey_Analytics[/url] (see bottom half for workflow and functionality I'm referring to)
Hoping to get some feedback on how others are using GS. Currently, our teams are feeling more like our playbooks are more checklists. It feels like our Success teams are very process heavy (partially because they are new.) Looking for ideas or wins you've had in getting your teams to use GS to think more strategically versus transactionally.
When we worked with Gainsight to set our Org up they set us up with 15 minute increments between each rule since we have about 60k accounts to query. We are now running out of 15 minute increments in the day. Does anyone use less than 15 minute increments?
Is there a way to make a question dependent on certain criteria in Salesforce? For example, with our NPS question if they select a 9 or 10 we want to ask them if they would like to be a reference for us in the future BUT we only want to ask them this if they have not already agreed to be a reference which is a box that is checked on their contact record type in SF. Is this possible?
Below in the chart when I select Green I expect to see accounts that are categorized as green. Instead the UI removes the option I select. Hmmm this seems a little (sorry oddly) off! [img]https://d1qy7qyune0vt1.cloudfront.net/gainsight-en/attachment/RackMultipart20151027-24639-emse69-Screen_Shot_2015-10-27_at_10-39-21_AM_inline.png[/img] This would be a great and I assume easy enhancement where a user selects what they want to see not select what they dont want to see! Naquiyah
My company is just in implementation with Gainsight, and I am just getting acquainted with the tool and am wondering how best to use the 'comments' section on C360. If anyone could comment on how their CSMs or other users are utilizing this field, I would appreciate it. Thanks! ~Anne
We use "Support" as a scoring field and are still thinking through how to score our account. Things we think about are: "is it good or bad if someone has no cases", "are a lot of cases always a bad thing", "without perceiving customer tone, how do you automate this scoring"....Has anyone else looked into this before? If so any good recommendations for this?
Happy Friday everyone! Our Customer Success team is excited to announce new weekly ‘Gainsight on Gainsight’ webinars starting July 29th. These webinars will be hosted by members of our Customer Success team and will showcase how we use our own product, and other topics currently being addressed by our customers and our own team. [b]Where:[/b] [url=https://support.gainsight.com/hc/en-us/articles/206305208--Gainsight-on-Gainsight-weekly-webinars-hosted-by-our-Customer-Success-Team]Please read through the descriptions[/url] and register for the sessions that interest you! [b]Why:[/b] The purpose of these sessions is to share best practices on Customer Success and Gainsight [b]When:[/b] Every Wednesday between 9-9.45am PDT [b]What:[/b] Upcoming topics include operations, risk management and scorecards and we’ll leave some time to answer any questions If you can’t attend, but are interested in the topic, register anyway, and we’ll email you the recording afterwards.
Hey Guys! I'm looking for people in the twin cities (Minneapolis/ St. Paul) that would like to meet up and discuss your customer success programs. I'm feeling all alone out here, and I'm sure there are others in the area who feel the same! Join the Meet Up I started and let's chat! [url=http://www.meetup.com/Twin-Cities-SaaS-y-Success-Advocates/]http://www.meetup.com/Twin-Cities-SaaS-y-Success-Advocates/[/url]
On June 25th at 10am PDT, Lincoln Murphy, Customer Success Evangelist at Gainsight, will host a [url=http://www.gainsight.com/event/3-ways-to-scale-your-customer-success-program/]webinar on the 3 key areas of focus[/url] that can ensure companies achieve their customer success goals and realize the economies of scale that are so important to growing businesses. He will show you how a customer success strategy focused on segmentation, automation, and documentation is key to scaling Customer Success. A customer success program that lacks strategic thinking in any of these areas is sure to fall short and unlikely to achieve scale or meaningful results. In this 60 minute webinar on the keys to scale we will discuss: [list] [*]How can you implement automation without harming customer relationships? [*]What is the right strategy to segment your customer base? [*]Which process are important to document and which aren’t?[/list][url=http://www.gainsight.com/event/3-ways-to-scale-you
I'm filming short customer testimonial videos next Tuesday and Wednesday at Pulse. Videos will be filmed in the video booth in the customer VIP lounge. I'd love the opportunity to interview folks for 30 minutes -- let me know if you're interested and I can get you set up.
When bringing on board new members of your CSM team, what does your training program look like? How much time is spent on product knowledge, project management, consulting, etc., and how long until they start working with customers? In addition, could you also share how you would rate the complexity of your solutions for new employees to learn on a scale of 1-10, with 10 being the highest? Thank you in advance for your insights!
What are your organization's best practices for following up with customers after administering an NPS Survey? We'd love to hear your ideas and lessons learned. If you'd like to learn more about NPS Surveys and how to set them up in Gainsight, here's a detailed [url=https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B97XQutn6k0oRTktRjNSSlpzNU0/view]guide[/url] to get you started.
There are some amazing facts to be learned from this deck on SlideShare: - Reducing churn by 5% can increase profits 25-125% - It costs 5 times more to acquire new customers that it does to keep current ones - The probability of selling an existing customer is 60-70%. To new customers it’s 5-20% [url=http://www.slideshare.net/Evergage/tenstaggeringstatistics1-130204133151phpapp02]http://www.slideshare.net/Evergage/tenstaggeringstatistics1-130204133151phpapp02[/url] Enjoy!
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