How to Make Sense of the ABM Technology Landscape

October 23, 2019

As the B2B buying process becomes more complex, it’s never been more necessary to align sales and marketing teams to ensure a great customer experience. To help meet this demand, a surplus of ABM vendors and technologies have entered the market – and the organizations that are embracing this new technology are reaping the rewards.

However, many companies are still struggling to make sense of the ABM technology landscape. How should you evaluate new technology? How can you make sure it fits into your go-to-market strategy? And How can you tell the difference between imposters and the real ABM platforms?

Jon Miller, CEO of Engagio, hosts Peter O’Neill, Lead Analyst at Research in Action for a lively discussion on evaluating ABM technology.

In this presentation, you’ll find out:

  • The current industry trends driving sales and marketing alignment, and the biggest mistakes to avoid
  • What technology other successful organizations are using for ABM
  • How to avoid getting burned with the wrong ABM vendor

Plus, Peter reveals new data on Account-Based Marketing SaaS and Software: The Top 20 Global Vendors 2019.

Read Research in Action's full report on the Top 20 Global ABM Vendors.

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