Some SaaS companies start by selling to the SMB market and evolve to sell to the enterprise at some point. Often this move is a planned strategy. And other times, it’s more accidental. Enterprise customers actually lead you there. You’re targeting small and mid-sized businesses and suddenly you notice that you have some Fortune 1,000 […]
SaaS Customer Success Best Practices
Read, listen and watch SaaS customer success best practices for founders and leaders of growing technology companies. Join SaaS co-founders and operators Justin and Anna Talerico for guidance on sales, marketing, customer success, culture and institutional readiness.
Yes, it’s the other “s” word — services. SaaS services are frowned upon by many institutional folks and usually valued far lower than subscription revenue. Even recurring services revenue finds itself way down the valuation curve. In some cases, this disdain for services may be warranted. In others, it’s misplaced. The irony is that the […]
Can you win back a churned SaaS customer? If they fit your ideal customer profile and had a real business need for your product, then YES. You can absolutely win back a churned customer. In fact, you should always be thinking about how to win back a churned customer. SaaS is a fickle game. And […]
Obviously, you don’t want customers to ever get to the brink of cancellation. I’ll dive into the ways to avoid that in another article. This is what you need to do when you are faced with a customer who is about to cancel, or—even worse—has already canceled. My mantra when it comes to customer cancellations […]
For a SaaS company, customer retention is everything. Externally, the entire market value of your company rests on your ability to retain your customers. And internally, churning through customers is a slow downward spiral of exhaustion, which indicates something is wrong with your product, onboarding/support resources or market fit.