Tag: ABM

Kwanzoo is going wider than ABM, focus on engagement

I had the pleasure of meeting with Mani Iyer, CEO at Kwanzoo. During the hustle of Dreamforce we met on the rooftop patio hosted by InsideView, the “Open Lounge”. What a beautiful afternoon! During our conversation he shared his company vision and I found it very compelling. It brought to mind a point I made in a recent LinkedIn article…… Read more →

Account-Based Marketing Meets Big Data – DemandBase acquires WhoToo

With the WhoToo acquisition, we’ll have the opportunity to create new Account-Based Marketing solutions that help B2B marketers reach the right people in their target accounts more effectively. Chris Golec, CEO DemandBase Placing the source of data closer to the platform that consumes it… makes a ton of sense. Great acquisition team DemandBase! For years I’ve pondered the issues surrounding marketing data…… Read more →

Freya News – ABM growth and a case study with Audi

Audi head of corporate sales “… we noticed a significant increase in offers from that (each) specific company.” Freya News helped them construct a company based content strategy and delivered on it. Content is the fuel of engagement and frankly one of the hardest things for marketers to execute well. Kudo’s to Freya News! ABM is spreading across the globe.… Read more →

Market Resource Partners and Prelytix… looking forward to learning more!

I had a tremendous conversation with Mike Kelly, co-founder of Prelytix and now Managing Director at MRP. Long story short, these guys are executing against a great business idea… blending CRM / MAP with predictive analytics to better empower Account Based Marketing. In two weeks I look forward to meeting with them during Dreamforce. Love to see more of their product vision… Read more →

Going to Dreamforce ’15? Interested in ABM? Check out these sessions by DemandBase

My first Dreamforce was in 2004. The whole event was in the lower rooms at the Hyatt Embarcadero. The exhibit hall held about 20 booths and was right outside the keynote hall… that was maybe 50 x 80. It’s truly amazing to see what they’ve done with this event in such a short period of time. Having been to a… Read more →