Watch Our Webinar with Gainsight's Women Sales + Tech Leaders
PowerToFly was proud to partner with Gainsight, one of the fastest growing platforms for Customer Success, to host a remote webinar on Thursday, August 22nd. After answering some questions from PowerToFly's Director of Customer Success Cristina Duke, our panelists dedicated the entire second half of the webinar to answering live and pre-submitted questions from the audience.
Panelists from Gainsight included:
- Hayley Jean Farr, Vice President Market Development
- Kelly DeHart, RVP Customer Account Management
- Megha Mathur, Director of Business Operations
- Alka Tandan, Vice President Finance
- Priyanka Srinivasan, Director, Product Marketing
Topics for the webinar included:
- Breaking Into the Industry
- Training and Keeping Up with Trends
- Supporting Your Team
- When Product Meets Sales
- Work-Life Integration
Gainsight's innovative customer-centric technology is driving the future of customer success. The company's Customer Cloud offers a powerful set of solutions focused on customer success, product experience, revenue optimization, customer experience, and customer data, that together enable businesses to put the customer at the center of everything they do.
Gainsight is hiring! Visit their page on PowerToFly to view their open roles including remote and flexible opportunities.
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