One of our podcast listeners asked, "As a new head of CS, what should I consider when allocating customers to my CSMs?"
There is A LOT to unpack in that very simple question.
So in this week's episode of Impact Weekly, Johan and I dive deep into customer allocation, specifically talking about:
I also just published a post called AX-Based Coverage Segments: Customer Success Evolved that goes into even more detail on the ideas presented in this episode.
BTW: Our Annual Customer Success survey is still open and I really need your expertise and experience to answer questions like:
So we put together this survey on Typeform to help fill in those - and other - gaps in the collective understanding of the CS community.
While the information we're collecting is super-important - and of course we'll share it with you and the community when we're done collecting it - the survey itself will only take a few minutes to complete.
Thanks in advance!
I invented Customer Success
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