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Winning Digital Customers: The Antidote to Irrelevance named Finalist on IAN Book of the Year Awards

The Independent Authors Network, today announced the Wall Street Journal Best Selling book Winning Digital Customers: The Antidote to Irrelevance, written by FROM founder and CEO Howard Tiersky, was a finalist for their Book of the Year Award of 2021.

The Independent Authors Network judges Non-fiction books based on their organization of ideas, research quality, presentation, and audience accessibility.

The book details the step by step process used by FROM, The Digital Transformation Agency to help Fortune 500 companies like Transamerica, Avis, NBC, ADP, and Airbus achieve massive transformation in today’s digital world.

Michael Huseby, the Chairman and CEO of Barnes & Noble Education, Inc. has this to say about the book, “Howard and his team have been applying their transformation methods here at Barnes & Noble Education for the last several years with outstanding results. I’ve seen first-hand just how effective the methods outlined in this book can be and would recommend it as a go-to guide for any organization involved in digital offerings.”

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WINNING DIGITAL CUSTOMERS


  • Learn the three patterns of all successful digital brands (including companies like Apple, Netflix and Uber).
  • Understand why many great new products fail, and the formula for building products that won’t.
  • Discover the key reasons companies resist change and how to overcome them.
Get FREE access to the first chapter of FROM's
Wall Street Journal Best Selling Book

WINNING DIGITAL CUSTOMERS


  • Learn the three patterns of all successful digital brands (including companies like Apple, Netflix and Uber).
  • Understand why many great new products fail, and the formula for building products that won’t.
  • Discover the key reasons companies resist change and how to overcome them.