The past few years have been amazing here at Pisano. We've achieved so much in a short amount of time.
We've come from 0 customers to hundreds in more than 15 countries. From a small shared flat in Istanbul, we called an office to 7 offices around the world.
We now have thousands of Pisano users engaging with millions of customers through our services.
And — best of all — we have a growing, diverse team of talented people working to make Pisano even better for more people.
We know that none of these would be possible without the vibrant CX community.
If the CX community wasn't obsessed with customers, were only OK with "good enough" or not pursuing excellence…
…we wouldn't be here doing what we love.
Since we owe so much to this community, we've been hard at work helping it grow and spreading the CX movement further WORLDWIDE.
We've sponsored events, organized meetups, held workshops and published tons of content. And we've encouraged our customers to share their experiences with the community at large.
Today, we're thrilled to announce something different and quite special that we've been working on for a while.
Something that will help the tens of thousands of people struggling to get their CX programs off the ground. For the people that aren't sure how to start managing customer experience.
It's called TinyNPS. And it's a brand-new FREE tool powered by Pisano 💪
Just like the name suggests, it's a tiny solution that makes it super easy to get NPS® feedback through email, with the power of the Pisano platform under the hood.
We designed TinyNPS so that anyone can get started with a few clicks:
It's great for people at small/medium businesses, schools, non-profits and government organizations.
A quick way to get more feedback — so people can focus more on delighting customers (or students, employees, patients) with great experiences.
We hope this free little service will create a ton of value for the community. And together, we'll spread the CX movement even further!
Give it a try, let us know what you think 👇👇
(and don't forget to share with your friends and colleagues!)