Sean Crowley - Leader, Integrated Marketing, D&B and Elizabeth Barrette - Distinguished Architect, Dun & Bradstreet
You’re on a mission: a mission to master your data to drive sales and marketing success. For Marketers and CRM Administrators, this typically starts with the data stored in your CRM.
The challenge we all face is that the volume, variety and velocity of data about our prospects and customers doesn’t stop, making clean and consistent data seem like an unreachable goal. Don’t despair, there are steps you can take to immediately add value, show success and gain momentum (and funding) for your mission.
Join Elizabeth Barrette, Distinguished Architect, and Sean Crowley, Leader-Integrated Marketing from Dun & Bradstreet, to learn about the steps you can take today to build a solid data quality foundation in your business. We will delve into:
- Insights from 1st party research on the state of B2B data quality in businesses today
- Tips & tricks to overcome common data quality problems and deliver results
- Details you can use to build a business case to secure time and funding for your efforts
- Approaches other businesses have successfully employed to solve these common problems
If you are responsible for the data within key sales and marketing technologies, or you rely daily on the data in those systems to try to drive growth for your business, this is a must attend event.
Sean Crowley is the Leader of Integrated Marketing for the Sales Acceleration Suite at Dun & Bradstreet. He is responsible for the strategy and coordination of inbound, outbound, digital, creative and content execution is support of new customer acquisition, cross-sell, retention and ABM programs for the Sales & Marketing line of business.
Elizabeth Barrette, Distinguished Architect at Dun & Bradstreet is a 30-year veteran of the data and technology space. Liz Barrette is a Distinguished Architect at Dun & Bradstreet who provides guidance and support to hundreds of clients of all business types and sizes such as IBM, Microsoft, Dell, Google, Verizon and Amazon