HubSpot Launches Service Hub To Transform The Way Businesses Interact With Customers

HubSpot Launches Service Hub To Transform The Way Businesses Interact With Customers
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CRM, marketing, sales, and customer service platform HubSpot has announced the general availability of Service Hub, the latest product line in the company’s growth platform.

Service Hub is an all-in-one customer service system that changes the way growing businesses approach and deliver customer support.

Powered by HubSpot’s free CRM, Service Hub provides companies with a complete record of a customer’s journey, meaning faster resolution times and happier customers.

JD Sherman, president and chief operating officer at HubSpot, said: “Over the past decade, the acquisition funnel has been considered the most effective model for growth, but as people have become more sceptical of sales and marketing, the funnel has become less effective.

“Your biggest untapped growth opportunity today is in fact your existing customers. With Service Hub, we’re giving businesses the tools they need to tap into that opportunity.

“Support products on the market today treat customers as a cost centre, focusing on cost reduction. We’re building a system for companies that view service as a growth opportunity.”

The individual products that make up Service Hub are designed with the impatient, convenience-focused customer in mind. Customers can get fast help via their preferred channel, and service teams are armed with the technology needed to efficiently manage it all:

  • Conversations – a universal inbox that unites messages across chat, email, and other channels to help teams collaborate and enable customers to engage with companies however they want.
  • Tickets – a CRM object to track, record, and organise customer needs.
  • Automation – platform-level automation that uses workflows to route tickets and create a help desk.
  • Knowledge Base – a tool that helps you create simple well-structured help articles from templates that automatically index on Google search and a reporting dashboard.
  • Customer Feedback – a tool featuring guided survey creation, feedback collection, and audience insights analytics.
  • Reporting – a new service dashboard featuring reports on how your team is handling tickets, how customers are sharing feedback, and the efficacy of your Knowledge Base.

Along with the launch of Service Hub, HubSpot also introduced a new inbound service framework and HubSpot Academy lesson to help users create a strategy to turn customers into promoters.

The framework was developed by Michael Redbord, who grew HubSpot’s customer support team from zero to 250 over the past seven years before stepping into the role of general manager on Service Hub.

Together with Service Hub, the inbound service framework helps businesses:

  • Engage more customers in meaningful interactions across different channels with Conversations.
  • Stay organised and meet customer expectations with Tickets.
  • Guide customers with proactive solutions like Knowledge Base.
  • Grow their relationship with customers by listening and understanding their needs with Customer Feedback.

Redbord said: “As the leader of a customer service team, I personally experienced the challenges that stem from not having a unified, scalable system in place. The simplest of tasks were slow and inefficient, and our customers felt that.

Service Hub is an all-in-one customer service system that changes the way growing businesses approach and deliver customer support.

Powered by HubSpot’s free CRM, Service Hub provides companies with a complete record of a customer’s journey, meaning faster resolution times and happier customers.

JD Sherman, president and chief operating officer at HubSpot, said: “Over the past decade, the acquisition funnel has been considered the most effective model for growth, but as people have become more sceptical of sales and marketing, the funnel has become less effective.

“Your biggest untapped growth opportunity today is in fact your existing customers. With Service Hub, we’re giving businesses the tools they need to tap into that opportunity.

“Support products on the market today treat customers as a cost centre, focusing on cost reduction. We’re building a system for companies that view service as a growth opportunity.”

The individual products that make up Service Hub are designed with the impatient, convenience-focused customer in mind. Customers can get fast help via their preferred channel, and service teams are armed with the technology needed to efficiently manage it all:

  • Conversations – a universal inbox that unites messages across chat, email, and other channels to help teams collaborate and enable customers to engage with companies however they want.
  • Tickets – a CRM object to track, record, and organise customer needs.
  • Automation – platform-level automation that uses workflows to route tickets and create a help desk.
  • Knowledge Base – a tool that helps you create simple well-structured help articles from templates that automatically index on Google search and a reporting dashboard.
  • Customer Feedback – a tool featuring guided survey creation, feedback collection, and audience insights analytics.
  • Reporting – a new service dashboard featuring reports on how your team is handling tickets, how customers are sharing feedback, and the efficacy of your Knowledge Base.

Along with the launch of Service Hub, HubSpot also introduced a new inbound service framework and HubSpot Academy lesson to help users create a strategy to turn customers into promoters.

The framework was developed by Michael Redbord, who grew HubSpot’s customer support team from zero to 250 over the past seven years before stepping into the role of general manager on Service Hub.

Together with Service Hub, the inbound service framework helps businesses:

  • Engage more customers in meaningful interactions across different channels with Conversations.
  • Stay organised and meet customer expectations with Tickets.
  • Guide customers with proactive solutions like Knowledge Base.
  • Grow their relationship with customers by listening and understanding their needs with Customer Feedback.

Redbord said: “As the leader of a customer service team, I personally experienced the challenges that stem from not having a unified, scalable system in place. The simplest of tasks were slow and inefficient, and our customers felt that.

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