Demand Evolution: From Leads with Problems to Teams with Projects

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Michael Brown, Senior Director, Global Business Development, Reltio and John Steinert, CMO, TechTarget

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Revenue development was conceived as a way to leverage one-to-many capabilities into more productive opportunity discovery. At its center, there was the concept of the MQL — which was easy for management to understand and track. So, we’ve all tried to find more and more MQLs, even though they’re now proven to be notoriously poor predictors. There has to be a better way! But with all the KPIs, systems and processes locking us in, change can be very hard. And yet for many companies, it’s starting to look like a must. To learn from a leader who’s broken through, join TechTarget CMO John Steinert as he speaks with Michael Brown, head of Reltio’s Global Revenue Development organization. Hear why this world-class Master Data Management company needed to make the move past MQLs to buying groups and opportunities, how they accomplished it organizationally and systematically, and what their outcomes are to date. This transition that they accomplished in 60 days won Reltio a prestigious POY Award at this year’s Forrester Summit in Austin. It’s a must see for innovative GTM practitioners and leaders alike.
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