Working with our users every day on the Services team, I know that customers of InsightSquared possess a wealth of knowledge about everything related to sales and marketing analytics.
Whether it’s identifying what the critical reports are to share at every level in an organization, understanding what works (and what doesn’t) in change management, or keeping on top of the biggest trends in managing data, our users are on the frontline of making a difference in their respective companies’ decision-making.
We learn a lot from our customers every day.
Sometimes, they find a new combination of reporting that leads to greater insight about their business, or share with us an inventive solution to reporting challenges. Moreover, some of our best product innovations have also come from discussions directly with clients. From an idea to enhance an existing feature to a different aggregation of data, clients have fueled our development every step of the way.
One of those great ideas was to create a community where users can talk to one another, learn from each other, and interact directly with teams at InsightSquared, too. We call it the InsightSquared Community, and we want to invite you to be a part of it.
Just like our annual user conference, Ramp, the InsightSquared Community is a place to learn from others in revenue operations, sales, and marketing roles, offer your perspective and let us know what you want to see next out of InsightSquared.
So, what can you do in the InsightSquared Community?
- Offer your feedback directly to our team about innovations you want to see and vote for suggestions that other clients have made
- Ask questions about the InsightSquared product: Where can I find this insight? What should I do if I want to change something in my portal?
- Connect with other users about best practices in our discussions and highlights section
- Continue the conversation started at an event or webinar by participating in a discussion follow-up topic
The InsightSquared Community is for our customers by our customers — we just need your voice to be a part of the conversation! Join the InsightSquared Community here and let us know what you think.