Outcome-Based Segmentation

January 1, 1900

Most companies segment their markets—but few have used segmentation to proactively gain a disruptive foothold into new markets. A new approach to segmentation offers companies a better way to formulate their market, product and branding strategies...

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Kickfire

Kickfire’s analytic appliance scales down the cost and complexity of high performance data warehousing, delivering the best query performance per dollar, Watt and cubic foot available in the industry today. Our analytic appliances deliver blazing fast results for even complex queries on databases initially up to 5 Terabytes, making them ideal for almost any departmental data warehousing environment. Kickfire’s industry-first data flow architecture places the power of parallel processing on a highly innovative SQL Chip. The SQL Chip, paired with Kickfire’s compressed column store database, radically alters the economics of query processing -- delivering the power of dozens of general purpose CPUs in a compact, highly affordable data warehouse appliance.

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Using measurement to optimize ABM impact

whitePaper | July 14, 2021

Built on evidence-based research from some of our partners, including ITSMA, we present insightful analysis and practical steps you can implement in your organization to take any ABM program to the next level through better measurement. Built for ABM-ers, our guide outlines the best approaches to implement an ABM measurement framework and communicate your ABM strategy and results from the C-suite down. Inside we'll cover: The necessary framework for ABM measurement - "The Three R's" How to apply the The Three R's to different ABM programs How to measure effectively across Organizational Alignment, Data & Analytics and Systems & Tools How to develop an ABM measurement dashboard How to scale ABM through better measurement

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Making insight intelligent for ABM

whitePaper | July 13, 2021

Insight is the difference between what makes ABM truly distinct from just ‘marketing to accounts.’ In truth, it can make or break the success of ABM in even the most mature of programs. But knowing how to extract the right insight at the right time from the sea of data available can often leave marketers feeling overwhelmed. Supported by ITSMA thinking throughout, our practical guide, "Making Insight Intelligent", offers best practice advice helping you demystify the effective gathering and use of insight across some of the most common use cases within ABM. Inside we'll cover: The need, the landscape and the opportunity for insight in 2021 How to build an insight-first program How to create the right structure and processes for success, and establish robust measurement The insight you should leverage to drive business outcomes Five typical use cases: examples of the types of insight used to drive tangible outcomes in ABM

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Your B2B Sales & Marketing Flywheel

whitePaper | June 4, 2021

For B2B industrial and technical companies embracing modern marketing practices, we view the website as your most important marketing asset and lead generation tool. We’ve also said a great website can be like adding a few more people to your company’s sales team. The challenge, however, is to fine tune your website and other digital marketing strategies to provide a stream of marketing qualified leads. And, at the same time, establishing disciplined processes to promptly follow up on each lead. The role of marketing, including how marketing works with sales within B2B companies, has shifted dramatically within just the past few years. Emerging technologies and digital marketing tactics are also blurring the lines between traditional sales and marketing roles. And according to Aberdeen Group, sales and marketing alignment can lead to a 32% increase in year-over-year growth.

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The Modern Marketer’s Guide to ABM

whitePaper | May 31, 2021

In this eBook we will address the evolution of the B2B purchase journey and discuss the fundamentals of starting a successful ABM program in our “Ready-Set-Go” framework. B2B sales and marketing is constantly evolving and adapting to new advances in technology, and following traditional lead generation in the information age is no longer the most efficient approach to generating pipeline. ABM prioritizes quality over quantity, so sales and marketing can allocate more resources and time on high-fit, high-intent target accounts. When buyers show interest in your product early in the purchase journey, account-based technology can put these signals right at the fingertips of your marketing and sales organizations.

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How to Win Market Share with a Customer-Centric Lens

whitePaper | May 18, 2021

For B2B sales and marketing teams, competitive analysis is a foundational process that reinforces and clarifies business cases or campaign roadmaps by identifying gaps and potential differentiators. A competitive analysis has become essential to developing and identifying a winning strategy for growth and success—essential when, on average, a business can have 25 direct competitors. In the traditional sense, this would equate to an analysis of competitors, their products, and their messaging. But does that serve the purpose of identifying competitive gaps, or the ultimate goal of winning market share through displacement? Effective competitive displacement and competitive analysis need to be customer-centric above all else.

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How Content Distribution Enhances Data Clean-Up Efforts

whitePaper | May 14, 2021

A lead generation campaign presents exciting opportunities for a company pursuing growth, but erroneous data can produce disappointing results or worse: high cost with little to no return on investment. Cleansing your data is a necessary phase step, but is not a “one and done” activity. Read the whitepaper to learn how leveraging a data provider and your own content distribution efforts can help you not only reach your audience but keep your data accurate at the same time.

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Spotlight

Kickfire

Kickfire’s analytic appliance scales down the cost and complexity of high performance data warehousing, delivering the best query performance per dollar, Watt and cubic foot available in the industry today. Our analytic appliances deliver blazing fast results for even complex queries on databases initially up to 5 Terabytes, making them ideal for almost any departmental data warehousing environment. Kickfire’s industry-first data flow architecture places the power of parallel processing on a highly innovative SQL Chip. The SQL Chip, paired with Kickfire’s compressed column store database, radically alters the economics of query processing -- delivering the power of dozens of general purpose CPUs in a compact, highly affordable data warehouse appliance.

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