Customer Success is now a must!

Shifting customer experience to new levels is a whole organizational strategic goal now, new customer approaches should be adopted where success managers continuously manage the relationship with the customer and coach/support all other account dealing stakeholders ( Sales, support, project management…etc)

The sales function has a fluctuating scope that depends entirely on the sales pipeline, thus we see the attention to the customer decreases after sealing deals and the focus shift to another customers and so on, which is not what modern customers would like to get!

Same goes for other functions, project managers focus on projects, support engineers focus on support cases…etc

The only function that will warrant a continuous engagement with the customer should be the customer success function

The chart below shows how customer success function (in yellow) provides the continues level of engagements that other functions cannot provide along a calendar year (Vs sales, support and project management)

  • The Y-axis shows the level of engagement along the year (out of 10)
  • The X-axis shows each role engagement distribution along the year (month by month)



Customer Success is going to be the core function that will be essential for all other roles to meet their goals, the importance of this function will increase soon as Customer Success Managers will be continously responsible of all customer facing activities more than anyone else!

Published by Moe Nada

I love what I do and I believe in human power that can passionately create miracles with the right affiliation and genuine thrive for accomplishment. My top excitement is always around startup businesses, I am always open to discuss any topic related to startups. I am a highly passionate technology professional with more than 15 years in the industry with distinguished record of key accounts management, customer success, customer support, program management, IT Service Management, knowledge management, people coaching, IT strategy management, mentoring and team building, with many reportedly transformational customer success stories.

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