Radius Unify’s enterprise B2B customer data platform is designed to allow B2B marketers to access a single data source, so they can streamline their pipeline, transform their data strategy and improve customer experiences.
The platform is positioned to give marketers a 360-degree view of every possible customer via The Network of Record. It aims to provide trusted, real-time data and enable marketing teams to create “master records” with an unlimited scale for enterprise data volumes to drive growth, reduce costs and avoid the plague of inaccurate data.
Radius Unify was developed for B2B vendors, marketers and sales teams.
It is positioned to integrate with cloud platforms, databases and third-party data providers, including but not limited to Marketo, Salesforce, SAP, Oracle, Informatica, Bombora and Dun & Bradstreet.
Customers include American Express, SalesFusion, PATLive and more.
Radius Unify aims to provide B2B marketers with 180-degree improvement in data management and a 360-degree view into every buyer. It is positioned to help companies discover, manage and reach their audiences, as well as reduce data costs and streamline marketing pipelines.
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This story originally appeared on our sister publication, ABM In Action.
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