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ABM Is A Team Sport: How Leaders Outpace the Competition

ABM Is A Team Sport: How Leaders Outpace the Competition

By now, account-based marketing (ABM) is a proven revenue driver for B2B marketers — but some companies realize more benefits than others. And as new primary research from MRP and Demand Metric reveals, there are specific best practices that set ABM leaders apart from the pack – ones that any marketer can replicate in their own organization to boost ROI.

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Activating Enterprise ABM To Reach Peak Performance

Activating Enterprise ABM To Reach Peak Performance

Enterprise organizations are inherently global; they tend to have multiple product lines, serve multiple geographics and languages. Yet when each part of the business chooses its own ABM approach and technology solution, costs explode and teams battle their peers for business, causing anarchy within the organization and sowing confusion among target accounts. The danger is that everyone ends up competing for resources; and too often those resources are poorly allocated when it comes to supporting the overall business strategy, which requires having a comprehensive view of what’s happening.

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Collaborative ABM

Collaborative ABM

Featuring insights from MRP’s chief technology officer, Pierre Custeau, and senior vice-president of enterprise sales EMEA/APAC, Ajay Subherwal, The Drum has recently joined forces with MRP to address why the sophisticated go-to-market approach of the enterprise creates a paramount need for ABM to be actionable across all teams and to empower experts within each team to contribute their knowledge.

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Collaborative ABM for the enterprise: One interface doesn’t fit all

Collaborative ABM for the enterprise: One interface doesn’t fit all

Enterprise organizations have a sophisticated go-to-market approach, with specialized teams focused on products or geographies and subject matter experts who compose their ABM program development. The problem is that when each organization chooses its own ABM approach and technology, costs explode and teams battle their peers for business, causing anarchy within the organization and sowing confusion among target accounts.