Calling all sales leaders who use Pipedrive as a Customer Success tool

Brandon Barron
Brandon Barron Posts: 3
edited July 24 in Sales CRM #1

Our deal sizes range from $3000 per year to $250,000 per year. 

Need a centralized place for:

  1. Deal management
  2. Invoicing
  3. Tracking Renewal and Upsell Dates
  4. Tracking requirements for upsell
  5. Tracking Account Health

Is anyone else doing this ? I know you're out there :)

Thank you

 

Brandon Barron

Verifiable, Inc (verifiable.com)

[email protected]

Comments

  • Mike van der Valk
    Mike van der Valk Posts: 4,376 PIPEDRIVE PRODUCT MANAGER
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    edited February 24 #2

    @Bernd Auer @Amit Sarda @Marco Govoni @Boris Tsibelman do you work with many people in that industry and do you have experience with what @Brandon Barron is asking?

  • Mike van der Valk
    Mike van der Valk Posts: 4,376 PIPEDRIVE PRODUCT MANAGER
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    edited February 24 #3

    @Customer Success @Customer Success potentially you can help answer here? 🙂

  • Bernd Auer www.pd-experts.com
    Bernd Auer www.pd-experts.com Community Driver Posts: 369
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    edited September 2020 #4

    @Bernd Auer @Amit Sarda @Marco Govoni @Boris Tsibelman do you work with many people in that industry and do you have experience with what @Brandon Barron is asking?

    @Mike van der Valk  Sure, I have some customers with exactly these requirements.

    But I recommend talking to somebody from the US because @Brandon Barron  wants to include  invoicing and this is a very regional topic. @Boris Tsibelman  is certainly the man... I'll inform him via Slack.

  • Brandon Barron
    Brandon Barron Posts: 3
    edited October 2021 #5

    @Customer Success @Customer Success potentially you can help answer here? 🙂

    Thanks Mike & Bernd! Adding a screen shot below. 

    What I did was set up a new pipeline called customer success and then set these stages. Also created a flow that when a deal goes into closed-won it moves from the actual pipeline to this view.

    Would love to hear best practices from others with similar use cases as we're likely going to be 10xing our customer base over the next month and need something that scales.

    Thanks!

     

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  • Mike van der Valk
    Mike van der Valk Posts: 4,376 PIPEDRIVE PRODUCT MANAGER
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    edited September 2020 #6

    @Customer Success @Customer Success potentially you can help answer here? 🙂

    This looks like a great approach @Brandon Barron to set up a separate Pipeline for this. Just one thing to note is that deals moved to another pipeline don't show up in the statistics of the original pipeline anymore.

    Perhaps you can make the workflow duplicate the won deal and move that one over to the new pipeline setting that status as open. This way you keep the original track record and stats of the won deal and you can use the duplicated one to follow the rest of the process.

  • Bernd Auer www.pd-experts.com
    Bernd Auer www.pd-experts.com Community Driver Posts: 369
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    edited February 24 #7

    @Mike van der Valk @Brandon Barron :  Yes, Duplicate won deals in the Salespipeline in order to keep the statistics correct and move the new deals to your customer success-Pipeline automatically (=> rename them! Something like "orgName - CS" in order to recognize them when searching). These are 2 workflows!

    And I would use the labels for flagging them as "happy" or "unhappy", not a stage.

  • Brandon Barron
    Brandon Barron Posts: 3
    edited September 2020 #8

    @Mike van der Valk @Brandon Barron :  Yes, Duplicate won deals in the Salespipeline in order to keep the statistics correct and move the new deals to your customer success-Pipeline automatically (=> rename them! Something like "orgName - CS" in order to recognize them when searching). These are 2 workflows!

    And I would use the labels for flagging them as "happy" or "unhappy", not a stage.

    @Mike Williams @Bernd Auer really helpful. 

    Other examples of stages (since i am moving account happiness to a tag) I'm thinking of are:

     - SMB / Corporate / Enterprise

     - Verticals (Retail, Manufacturing, Distribution, etc ... )

    Any other thoughts here ?

     

  • Kirill Grebtsov
    Kirill Grebtsov Posts: 62 PIPEDRIVE PRODUCT MANAGER
    edited February 24 #9

    @Brandon Barron I am a bit late with the reply, but since you mentioned your use case I would like to invite you to share your thoughts on renewal deals since it's one of the items on my table right now. 

     

    We have a small prototype that we're using to test our idea around renewals/success. If you are interested to provide early input,  you can signup for a short call here

  • Gino_52052
    Gino_52052 Posts: 2
    edited August 2021 #10

    @Brandon Barron I am a bit late with the reply, but since you mentioned your use case I would like to invite you to share your thoughts on renewal deals since it's one of the items on my table right now. 

     

    We have a small prototype that we're using to test our idea around renewals/success. If you are interested to provide early input,  you can signup for a short call here

    Hi @Kirill Grebtsov ,

    Have you gotten any further with your prototype?

    /Gino