Oracle’s Chief Customer Officer on Being a Trusted Advisor

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At Oracle, customer success is company success. We’re with Jeb Dasteel, Chief Customer Officer at Oracle, to learn how one of the world’s largest software and technology companies keeps this promise.

Listen to this episode to learn:

  • Practical advice for anyone in the role of Chief Customer Officer
  • How to listen, engage, and ensure that customers know the value of your product or service
  • Why it’s important to target, track, and measure throughout the customer partnership

Learn more about this episode on The Huffington Post.

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