Zendesk has become an industry standard when it comes to cloud-based customer support software. It's ease of use and cloud-based tools for support teams has led it to being used by thousands of companies around the world. We're such big fans of their easy to use software here at DataHero that we use Zendesk ourselves to handle our support tickets, while using DataHero to dive into our Zendesk analytics. It has allowed us to track and measure our support tickets to ensure that our customers are always receiving the highest level of customer care.Read More >
Intercom is a fantastic tool for providing chat support, sales outreach, and even email marketing - all in one, easy to use tool. We're such big fans of the platform here at DataHero that we use Intercom ourselves to handle the customer facing side of our business. It has allowed us to improve our direct relationships with our customers and ensure that our support team is more readily available to provide the highest levels of customer support.Read More >
If you use Dropbox as your go-to cloud storage system, you store all your data there so you can access it from any device, whether you're pulling it from Google Analytics or your accounting platform. But there's one problem — whenever you want to analyze and compare two or more datasets together, you have to create a whole new file.Read More >
Closing a sale and landing a new customer is great, but it shouldn’t be the end goal for any business looking to foster long term growth and relationships. You probably use CRM software because you know that helping the customer have valuable experiences is a much better long-term goal. Salesforce, Zendesk, Highrise; there are many options. These platforms provide a great way to connect with customers all on their own, but here are three time-saving applications you can integrate with your CRM to up productivity and efficiency. <Read More >
Although any business can and should use events for a variety of reasons, one of the most important is to determine which events lead to more revenue. You likely find yourself asking how to encourage users to upgrade, and what events lead to those upgrades. We can then ask questions like “what kinds of customers are creating new projects in my app” or “do enterprise customers add more team members to their projects than customers on personal plans”?
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