Since Eko’s founding in 2012, our main goal is to unlock the true potential that cloud and mobile has to revolutionize the way people work. Ultimately our tool will help people work more productivity and easily, helping to create more time in their lives. We aim to innovate our way towards becoming a globally leading company in software and tech.
Today Eko serves companies with a total valuation of over $50bn, mostly based in the Asia Region, including leading telecoms, banks, and retailers.
Based in Bangkok and New York, Eko is backed by leading VC firms including Gobi Partners, 500 Startups, Siemer Ventures, Tigerlabs Ventures, and many more. Eko has raised over US$6.7 Million in funding to date.
Customer Success Manager
jobsDB Ref. JTH300003001559355
Duties and Responsibilities:
Project Management and consult customer to adopt solution into the business process
Support and champion the implementation of best practice approaches to the Functional Practice
Prepare and deliver training sessions to the client’s business users.
Take overall responsibility for the documentation of solution and customer use cases
Client-facing experience is essential including delivering presentations and product demonstrations, running workshops and managing client’s expectations
Ideally have minimum of 0-2 years experience or interesting in customer facing, project management, and post sale
Good in Chinese communication skill will be prefers
Interested in Chat, Collaboration, and Social network
Compensation, Benefits, Perks and Other Reasons to Work for Us:
Competitive compensation, based on experience
Work in a startup space, a fast-paced high growth environment
Have a direct impact on our product and growth as a team and company
Team outings, lunches, and bonding activities
Work in our gorgeous office in Bangkok, Thailand
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