Published By: PeopleDoc
Published Date: Apr 13, 2016
Managing talent and how that talent performs is a high-stakes arena that takes up a lot of time and resources. How are your competitors tackling these issues?
Every HR department is trying to find more efficient ways to provide service to employees, from answering routine requests to dealing with complaints and whistleblowing. For efficiency, employee satisfaction, and legal compliance, it’s important to track, monitor, and respond to all these employee actions. The consequences of having complaints and allegations fall through the cracks are two-fold: employees feel ignored, and lawsuits become more likely and harder to defend. As a result, many organizations are buying or building systems to manage this important tracking process.
To find out who’s doing what and what’s working in the real world, BLR conducted a Case Management Survey in February 2016.
Download the summary to see the results!
Artificial Intelligence (AI) has already begun to improve targeting, segmentation, media buying and planning in the advertising industry. AI algorithms can extract complex patterns from vast numbers of data points, and in so doing, are able to self-correct and learn patterns. The revenue potential that improved personalization, segmentation and targeting that AI provides to marketers is huge.
At HERE Technologies, we are placing AI and machine learning at the center of our products and services. We see the opportunity in automated machine learning to enrich the targeting and effectiveness of mobile advertising campaigns in real time. But the outcome of implementing such technology depends on the quality of data being fed into it from the outset. AI wouldn’t be as helpful if it’s being used alongside questionable location data or audience data.
HERE’s location data provides a strong thread that can be woven throughout every stage of the media buying process, offering more context and
To succeed in this new business climate, smart businesses are adapting and realizing that the next frontier is to read and respond to the “Digital Body Language” of their prospects. This new body language is revealed through online activities such as website visits, white paper downloads, and email responses.
Find out more about Digital Body Language. Download “Reading and Responding to Your Prospects’ Buying Behavior in the Online World”
Many great choices abound, but you have to think carefully through the buying decision. The good news is, the ever-widening array of hardware choices provide IT buyers with matches to specific end user needs. The challenge is figuring out what choice is the right one. Focus on user productivity and cost controls as guidelines to start the refresh process. This infographic shows how.
Former Intel CEO Andy Grove once coined the phrase, “Technology happens.” As true as Grove’s pat aphorism has become, it’s not always good news. Twenty years ago, no one ever got fired for buying IBM. In the heyday of customer relationship management (CRM), companies bought first and asked questions later.
Nowadays, executives are being enlightened by the promise of big data technologies and the role data plays in the fact-based enterprise. Leaders in business and IT alike are waking up to the reality that – despite the hype around platforms and processing speeds – their companies have failed to established sustained processes and skills around data.
An online transformation is changing how the world’s most successful B2B companies engage buyers, acquire customers and drive ongoing revenue. To survive this transformation, today’s B2B e-commerce sites must do more than simply exist as a portal for selling products; they must be compelling, relevant and simplify the buying process. This eBook examines the factors and impact of this migration, and describes seven best practices for adapting and succeeding in this new era.
Successful email marketing, demand generation, and lead management processes hinge on a modern strategy aligned to buyer needs across all phases of the buying process — marketing automation. Using a wide spectrum of digital channels, today’s buyers employ an extensive network of tools and resources to make the most informed purchase decisions. The Modern Marketing era is driven by the self-educated buyer who marketers must engage to achieve a relevant, targeted, and value-based customer experience. Find marketing automation fundamentals here.
Published By: Curalate
Published Date: Aug 02, 2017
People control their own consumer journeys. Consumers expect a borderless world in which they roam freely between a brand’s social media channels, email campaigns, blogs and e-commerce site, effortlessly buying things that catch their eye. It’s led to a sporadic, personalized shopping journey that frequently begins on digital touchpoints that weren’t built for commerce.
That’s made it increasingly complex for brands hoping to meet customers’ needs and measure the results of their marketing strategies.
At the center of this new customer-driven revolution is visual content. Images and videos play starring roles in the decisionmaking process, and provide consumers with a whole new level of inspiration and knowledge. Every picture and video clip is now the entrance to a digital storefront, meaning brands can use them to drive not only engagement but revenue.
Published By: Oracle OMC
Published Date: Nov 30, 2017
Lead scoring is an objective ranking of one sales lead against another. This not only helps align the right follow-up to the corresponding inquiry, it also helps marketing and sales professionals identify where each prospect is in the buying process.
The process of defining lead scores improves alignment and collaboration between marketing and sales teams. After all, by jointly establishing an objective definition of a quality lead, sales and marketing can exchange better feedback on the quality of leads being passed to sales. Plus, lead scoring helps ensure that the best leads are followed up on immediately by prioritizing leads according to revenue potential and buyer readiness.
Published By: Oracle OMC
Published Date: Nov 30, 2017
Successful email marketing, demand generation, and lead management processes hinge on a modern strategy closely aligned to buyer needs and expectations across all phases of the buying process. Using a wide spectrum of digital channels, today’s buyers employ an extensive network of tools and resources to
make the most informed purchase decisions.
The Modern Marketing era is driven by the self-educated buyer who marketers must engage to achieve a relevant, targeted, and value-based customer experience. Marketers are increasingly enhancing their understanding of how data can fuel the delivery of meaningful interactions. This access to vast sources of information that marketers are applying to execute and achieve more refined marketing simply can’t be gleaned manually.
Published By: HireVue
Published Date: Mar 05, 2019
The AI-in-recruiting space has exploded, leaving many recruiting leaders feeling overwhelmed and poorly qualified to evaluate vendors. Our AI Buying Guide is designed to help TA leaders cut through the hype and misinformation that surrounds artificial intelligence, and make highly qualified, informed buying decisions.
• What AI is, and what makes it different from previous technological innovations
• Why different types of organizations see different levels of success with AI - and how to prep yours to maximize the impact
• How to evaluate vendors across the 3 steps of the buying process
• How to build a rock-solid business case for AI-driven recruiting technology
Download the guide now.
Modern business-to-business (B2B) buyers have unprecedented access to information to support their buying process and, as a result, have become more self-reliant in the evaluation process. This has made B2B sellers’ jobs harder; not only do they have less control in earlier stages of the sales cycle, but they have to work harder to connect and engage with buyers, turning prospects into customers. Sales technologies have helped modernize how sellers and sales leaders manage their pipelines and execute contracts, but technology gaps around engagement persist, making it difficult for sellers to keep pace with, connect with, and support buyer engagement. The common outcome: Sellers become slaves to their CRM systems, focused more on updating reports and logging their activities than they are in driving business results.
Published By: Aventri
Published Date: Aug 14, 2018
"Revenue focused executives have four metrics that determine their success or failure: number of opportunities, size of opportunities, win rate, and speed to revenue. All teams work together to make sure that they achieve these goals and that they have the processes in place to optimize around them.
Event management software is one piece of the puzzle that is designed to generate revenue. Read this eBook to see how event management software helps to speed up the buying process and win more deals!"
Successful lead nurturing anticipates the needs of the buyer based on who they are and what stage they are at in the buying process. Learn how successful lead nurturing can build strong brand loyalty long before a prospect is ready to buy.
When selecting enterprise content management (ECM) solutions, many IT departments face internal pressure to keep costs down and decrease the time it takes to see results, while giving end-users exactly what they want. Discover how involving IT in the buying process allows you to select an ECM solution that remains successful throughout its lifetime.
Published By: Infosys
Published Date: May 21, 2018
Health insurance is a complicated business, often involving bundles of forms that users need to understand and fill out. This extensive, laborious initiation process often acts as a deterrent for buying insurance, especially for a multilingual, millennial population. What if health insurance companies simplify their on boarding process so buyers don't find the sign-up process time consuming and cumbersome?
Published By: SRC,LLC
Published Date: Jun 01, 2009
Companies spend millions of dollars every year on building data warehouses, buying business intelligence (BI) software tools and managing their analytic processes in the hope of gaining consumer insight and winning market share. Yet, many companies fail to realize the full benefits of their technology investments because they are hamstrung by the layers of expertise and the complexity of technology tools needed to integrate various data warehouses and associated tools within their existing analytic environments. Since analysis is only as good as the accessibility, timeliness and accuracy of the information being analyzed, the interoperability of any data warehouse with any analytic environment is essential to achieving insightful, actionable analysis and making better decisions.
Published By: LeadGenius
Published Date: Dec 22, 2016
Effective Account Based Marketing (ABM) requires messaging to a decision making panel -- meeting the needs and concerns of different players at your target accounts. In this whiteboard video, Ryan Williams, VP of Sales at LeadGenius, illustrated hows marketing and sales leaders can build a foundation for highly-personalized account-based messaging at scale.
Published By: LiveHive
Published Date: Jan 20, 2015
In today’s online and social driven world the power has shifted from the seller to the buyer. Only 47% of information used during the purchase decision comes from the supplier. This decline in face to face selling has led to a rise in screen to screen interaction. For sales reps there’s now a need to not only communicate through digital content, but also to understand the impact of the materials they share. It’s a new era and sales reps require new tools to keep up with it.
This whitepaper will show you how your sales reps can employ new methods to find out how much a prospect knows, how interested and engaged they are, and where they are in the buying process. All in real time!
Until recently, businesses that were seeking information about their customers, products, or applications, in real time, were challenged to do so. Streaming data, such as website clickstreams, application logs, and IoT device telemetry, could be ingested but not analyzed in real time for any kind of immediate action. For years, analytics were understood to be a snapshot of the past, but never a window into the present. Reports could show us yesterday’s sales figures, but not what customers are buying right now.
Then, along came the cloud. With the emergence of cloud computing, and new technologies leveraging its inherent scalability and agility, streaming data can now be processed in memory,
and more significantly, analyzed as it arrives, in real time. Millions to hundreds of millions of events (such as video streams or application alerts) can be collected and analyzed per hour to deliver insights that can be acted upon in an instant. From financial services to manufacturing, this rev
Published By: Jobvite
Published Date: Aug 25, 2016
When you are buying a recruiting solution, you need to ask yourself crucial questions about what you expect from the technology and how you will use it. Since we’ve been in this business for 10 years, we’ve given it a lot of thought and put together a list of key questions for you to help guide your decision making process. Answering these questions honestly and clearly will ensure that you pick the right recruiting software for your organization--that will serve you well today and for many years to come.
Today's customers are more information-enabled and mobile than ever before. They may begin the buying process in a retail store and complete it from the comfort of their home, expecting their journey to be personalized, relevant and consistent across all touch points.
We have entered the age of the customer where they have more choices, higher expectations, and more influence. Historically, the B2B selling process has been very fragmented with the use of highly customized and siloed applications, leading to broken channels of communication. CEB, a leading member-based advisory company, published “The Challenger Sale” in 2011 showing that that 57 percent of B2B buying steps are completed before a buyer even connects with a salesperson. With an abundance of information available on the Web and via social networks, B2B buyers today can leverage multiple sources to find out more about your products or services.