Terminus Launches New Certification to Improve ABM Maturity

Terminus | March 09, 2022

Terminus, the only account-based engagement platform built to deliver more pipeline and revenue through multi-channel account-based marketing (ABM), today announces its new ABM course and certification program, The Account-Based Strategy Certification: Fundamentals. Designed to help B2B marketers create their strategic ABM roadmaps, this course enables go-to-market teams to build a business case for ABM, launch their first ABM program, or improve or scale their existing ABM program.

According to Terminus’s 2021 State of Modern Marketing report, 87% of marketers agree that augmenting traditional lead-based strategies with a stronger focus on account-based strategies is the best way to maximize revenue generation. Despite this, 86% say that automated account engagement activities across multiple channels is something their organization needs assistance with. By enrolling in The Account-Based Strategy Certification: Fundamentals, marketers participate in a comprehensive, self-paced training course that focuses on the fundamental principles of an account-based strategy and provides tactical, real-life recommendations and examples for running successful ABM campaigns.

“Every day, we come across experienced marketers who say they have their own ABM program already in place. But many times, they’re not maximizing their program with a proper multi-channel, data-driven strategy,” said Tim Kopp, CEO of Terminus. “ABM has evolved from a nice-to-have to a necessity for go-to-market teams. With our new certification program, we’re equipping B2B marketers with the knowledge and tools necessary to drive their ABM success.”

The course features five lessons led by seasoned ABM professionals in the marketing space. After the lessons are completed, participants have the option to earn a certificate and digital badge by passing a timed, multiple-choice exam. The course consists of the following lessons:
  • The Modern Approach to B2B Marketing
  • Operationalizing Your ABM Strategy
  • Laying the Groundwork for ABM
  • Assessing Your Readiness for ABM
  • Launching Your First ABM Program
The course is free to all existing customers and partners with their Terminus subscription and can be accessed directly via Terminus Academy. The course is also free with registration to any non-customers and partners. For more information about Terminus and its certification program, visit

About Terminus
Leaders of the account-based movement, Terminus helps Marketing, Sales, and Customer Success work better together to drive a winning go-to-market strategy and exceptional customer experiences. Terminus offers the best data, channels, and analytics all in one platform; powering high-performing go-to-market teams. We’re proud to be helping over 1,000 customers on this mission, including brands like DHL, G2, Outreach, and TripActions. We’ve been named a G2 Leader for 15 consecutive quarters. Visit to learn more or connect with us on Twitter and LinkedIn.


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