I love helping companies grow. Let’s start a dialogue on helping you solve that problem to enhance your business.

As SaaS entrepreneurs, we need to:

  • Rapidly scale our teams – budgeting, forecasting, hiring, and compensation
  • Streamline operations – fixing inefficient systems and processes
  • Coach and mentor – cultivating the leaders of tomorrow

And yet we get caught in the minutiae of little things. We get sucked into the vortex of stuff. Instead of making significant progress in a few areas, we are distracted and move inches in many directions—ultimately completing few things. I’ve made this (sometimes fatal) mistake one too many times.

A company is a collection of people. Humanity is needed. What’s required? A balanced mixture of accountability and grace. No company will survive for long with terrible, untrusting, unkind bosses. At the same time, we must hold our team players accountable so the company’s mission advances and so our teammates grow. We usually learned the most from our toughest teachers and professors. They demanded so much because they knew we could attain much more.

I love helping companies scale and grow their organizations to delight customers and employees, enabling healthy teams, fast growth, and fewer headaches.

Scaling quickly is wrought with potholes and plot twists. When you’re running a company, losing customers, and employees are on their way out, and don’t have your systems running smoothly, then you’ll be at your wits’ end. I’ve been there and hate it.

What can I do for you?

  • Streamline your structure and operations
  • Help scale your Customer Success and Support teams and processes
  • Mentor and coach your leaders — don’t forget those who will lead
  • Help you visualize not just tomorrow, but years down the road

A little more about Jeff Beaumont

Starting in public accounting (an odd start for sure) to gain his CPA, Jeff moved to Riskalyze where he served first as Director of Support. A couple years in, he also took on the responsibility to start from scratch a CSM team and then soon after the Onboarding team to coordinate the customer journey from sales into perpetuity. These teams were spread across two states and doubled the team each year from zero to over 30. Since then, he took on a new venture at RightCapital to launch their Customer Success program and operationalize the customer journey.

Most of all, Jeff wants a positive and inviting future for leaders. We all had to start somewhere — as this world continues to evolve, it should be for the good of mankind.