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Welcome to Destination Pipeline, where leads are maximized, new sales reps are productive and your ABM programs make a difference. It’s where you get insight into which accounts are buying now and which ones are dissatisfied with your competitors.
“HR technology is undergoing one of the most disruptive periods it has seen in a decade.” That’s why BAO recently conducted a research study of enterprise organizations to understand what the HR tech market looks like right now.
BAO recently surveyed 289 B2B tech companies about Account-Based Marketing to understand how ABM is being planned and practiced today, particularly in the areas of target selection and the role that account insights play.
At BAO we say “we connect people, it’s our calling,” and securing more than 34,000 meetings over a 12 month span supports that adage. Here's an inside look at the who, what and where from the Telephone Trenches.
Even the largest, most experienced inside sales teams don’t have the time or resources to follow up on every lead. With Lead Qualification, BAO acts as an extension of your team to rapidly contact and qualify any volume of leads.
ABM is the strategic approach marketers use to support a defined universe of accounts. But where do you start? The ABM resource center is designed to help you build out the ABM strategy that’s right for your business.
Creating and maintaining sales productivity in the mid market is challenging. With 19,083 companies, the mid market is large, fragmented, and frequently misunderstood. But it is a target market with lots of rapidly growing companies.