Improvements to customer onboarding are all the rage these days. Why so? Probably because most organisations do it so badly.

Firstly even by it's name we make the process of becoming a customer sound like something that will require herculean effort to achieve - boarding a ship with your luggage strapped to all limbs. Unfortunately for many firms the blood sweat and tears of the sales pipeline are washed away when the customer finds out that it's "just too hard" - and takes their business elsewhere.

So what do companies do that makes the process so hard? How should it work?


Written by lyceum
929 days ago

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