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ABM platform provider Demandbase has announced the launch of its next-generation Conversion Solution. The product aims to provide tighter ABM integration between marketing and sales teams that can help improve the sales process by delivering AI-enabled intent data and insights to sales teams.
Resolutions are one thing, but planning out and developing real-world marketing strategies for a New Year are different ball games. So, what are the top tools and tactics for today’s B2B marketers?
ABM and sales orchestration platform ZenIQ has announced it has teamed up with Bombora, a provider of B2B internet data. The partnership positions users of both solutions to implementing ABM strategies and programs to act on and operationalize insights provided by intent data. This aims to help marketing and sales teams to reach the right people at the right account, at the right time.
Engagio, a marketing orchestration software company, announced it has launched Dash Account Based Attribution, a solution designed to help B2B marketers measure ROI and make better decisions about driving business outcomes at high-value accounts with multi-touch attribution.
Years ago, I was working on a market segmentation project for a Global Sales VP and he said, “You know, Mike, there are only two types of customers: the ones you have and the ones you want.” At the time, I didn’t think much about it.
I’m sure you’ve heard about a little marketing strategy called account-based marketing (ABM). You may even be sick of the term. Whatever your thoughts are, it’s hard to deny the benefits of taking an account-first approach. B2B companies far and wide have benefitted from ABM — (enter shameless plug for our sister publication ABM In Action, #sorrynotsorry) — but why should others consider it?