Is Revenue Operations the Secret to Account-Based Success Right Now?

MEGAN HEUER | March 25, 2020

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We’re hearing that a number of companies are shifting investments from cancelled events into account-based efforts. Great news! Of course, we’re biased when it comes to all things account-based here at Engagio, but that’s because we know it works. The challenge now is to get those programs up and running both well and quickly. How can you make that happen and speed time to results?
Two words: Revenue Operations. There’s a reason so many people signed up for the recent OpsStars event hosted by LeanData and co-sponsored by Engagio. RevOps is a movement in B2B whose time has definitely come. How do we define RevOps?

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