Do Your Customers Make More Money Doing Business With You?

What does your company do for its customers that they can’t get anywhere else? That’s your differential value!

What services or products do your customers wish you provided to help their business grow?

It’s time to put your customer’s business at the center of yours and transform transactional relationships into thriving partnerships. We can help you

  • gain internal alignment
  • understand and validate the customer value you deliver
  • optimize your value proposition based on your customers’ value drivers
  • identify ways you can provide immediate customer impact
  • prioritize future growth opportunities

Ready to win with your customers? Now’s the time to shift your focus and start making decisions and investments that will accelerate growth. Let’s get started!!

Keith Pigues Winning with Customers

“Luminas has had a definite impact on the way our sales team thinks about how to sell value. We wouldn’t be where we are today if we hadn’t gone through the process with them and gained such meaningful insights.”

Heather Singler, Global Commercial Director, Eastman

“The whole team was engaged in the work with Luminas, it was impressive. As a result, we discovered areas where we can grow, become more nimble and think strategically about our business. We are now better prepared to partner with our customers and manage through big changes.”

Jeff Morris, Senior Vice President, Protective Fabrics, Milliken & Company

“Our customers were very appreciative that we took the time to ask the right questions about what is important to their business. Luminas helped us to create a more customer centric organization and to focus on what they value.”

Steve Yager, Vice President, Customer Experience, Cisco

“We saw the Luminas team as our partners, they were humble and cared about our business. Our customers found immense value in having conversations with us; the process demonstrated to them that we were interested in their feedback and wanted to hear their insights.”

Charles Crowell, Director, Corporate Strategy, Milliken & Company