A great SaaS demo should achieve one main goal: Convince your prospect that your solution will help them achieve their goals or solve their problem.
Customer-facing roles, like sales, can benefit from using Canny in many ways. Here’s how Canny can add value when used as a feedback tool for sales.
Does your business make a product? If so, you should use your own product. Here’s why regularly using your product within your own company matters.
Customer feedback is incredibly valuable—but you need a system to manage it. Canny helps you organize customer feedback, so you can make better decisions.
If you ignore user feedback, your users will think you don’t care about them. This doesn’t mean saying yes to every request—but it does mean taking action.
Canny was made with product managers in mind. Here’s how Canny works as a product management tool to help you be more confident in your product decisions.
We love a good tech stack—but too much tech can weigh down your workflow. Here’s how to figure out if you actually need a new piece of software or tool in your toolkit.
Most companies focus on transparency for customers as the main benefit of having a public roadmap. However, there’s a whole other side to it. Here are 3 important ways having a public roadmap will benefit not just your customers, but your entire business.
Churn isn’t always preventable. But, you can increase customer loyalty by listening to what your customers have to say—and acting on customer feedback.