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Demandbase Recognized as a Leader in 2022 Gartner® Magic Quadrant™ for Account-Based Marketing Platforms

Demandbase | January 11, 2022

Gartner Magic Quadrant
On January 7, Demandbase announced that it was named a Leader by Gartner in the first-ever Magic Quadrant™ for Account-based Marketing Platforms for 2022. In addition, Demandbase was the only vendor among seven to receive the highest scores in all three use cases in the 2022 Gartner Critical Capabilities for Account-Based Marketing Platforms report.

"We're ecstatic to be a leader in the first ABM Magic Quadrant," says Gabe Rogol, chief executive officer of Demandbase.

"We're ecstatic to be a leader in the first ABM Magic Quadrant," says Gabe Rogol, chief executive officer of Demandbase. "Achieving the highest scores for all three ABM Use Cases is a testament to the powerful way we're helping our global customers acquire, retain, and expand the accounts that matter."

Demandbase’s ABX Cloud solution has enriched the sales and marketing teams of its clients to plan, execute and measure account-based strategies.

The Gartner Magic Quadrant report gives detailed insights into the ABM market and evaluates seven ABM vendors objectively. It also sheds light on the role of ABM in the B2B market today, the importance of ABM solutions, and how they can enhance the relationship between marketing and sales departments to optimize their performance.

In Gartner’s detailed companion report, the 2022 Critical Capabilities for Account-based Marketing Platforms, Demandbase topped the list of vendors with respect to new account acquisition, account retention, and account expansion.

Spotlight

The movement of Account-Based Marketing (ABM) from marginal to mainstream has been dramatic. Pioneered in the early 2000’s by a handful of large technology and B2B services organizations, ABM has now taken center stage with B2B marketing organizations of all shapes and sizes.

Spotlight

The movement of Account-Based Marketing (ABM) from marginal to mainstream has been dramatic. Pioneered in the early 2000’s by a handful of large technology and B2B services organizations, ABM has now taken center stage with B2B marketing organizations of all shapes and sizes.

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