5 min read Image by Raw Pixel on Unsplash Most companies localize because they want to increase global sales by expanding into new markets. But the benefits of localization are far greater than simply maximizing sales. For starters, localization allows for your reps to appear more polished in front of prospects, stand out against the competition and ultimately, tell better stories that foster a deeper connection with your customers around the world.
Customer Success is a huge opportunity for companies to grow existing revenue, retain customers for longer and ultimately, get them to buy more of your products in the future. In our last blog post, we talked about the benefits of localizing key parts of your customer journey – starting from the behavior and mannerisms of your Customer Success folks, all the way down to your in-app chatbots. Essentially, localization helps your CS team deliver on the promise of a great experience for all of your customers around the world.