Recorded Webinar: The Customer Success Trust Framework
This live webinar is over and is now available as a recorded version.
You can watch the recorded version here.
Ed Powers, VP Customer Success, simPRO Software Group teaches how to build trust and increase renewals during every stage of the customer lifecycle.
This event was a “fireside chat” format where the conversation was live and open to questions and comments throughout the hour while centered around the power of building trust with customers. This webinar involved live participant involvement on customer success best practices & strategy and took place on Tuesday, July 25th at 11am MT.
Register for the recorded webinar here: The Customer Success Trust Framework
Ed Powers is a four-time entrepreneur with thirty years of experience with a variety of companies in sales, marketing and operations. He currently leads all U.S. post-sales customer operations for simPRO, an Australian company that makes software for trade contractors. He previously served as principal consultant for Service Excellence Partners, a firm helping subscription-based technology companies retain and grow customer relationships.
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